Oliver Winery Soft Rose 2008
This was my first wine to really get me excited about trying other wines. It's a little sweet and rather light. I'm working on reds now, but I think I'll do this one again come the hot summer.Add winemaker's notes
Since 1972, Oliver wines have reflected the essence of the fruit from which they are made. Bright flavors and balance are the hallmarks of Oliver wine. We invite you to come experience everything Oliver Winery has to offer.
This was my first wine to really get me excited about trying other wines. It's a little sweet and rather light. I'm working on reds now, but I think I'll do this one again come the hot summer.
I won't say I hate it, but I can't say I love it either. This is my girlfriend's go-to wine of choice, but I find it to be rather sweet and cloying. I love native Indiana wines (even the foxy Catawba, of which this wine is made), but this is clearly geared toward simple drinkers and simple drinking, read more...and is not a wine I take seriously.
Food Pairings for Oliver Winery Soft Rose
<p>Made from Catawba grapes, a Native American grape variety that has been used for wine since the 1800s, this wine has an eyecatching red-pink color. Lively grape aromas and flavors provide for a sweet finish. Best served with Asian or Mexican cuisine, as well as fruits, desserts, and salads.</p>
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