Rose wine can be made from any red grape. Our latest discovery is from Barbera, a characteristic varietal in Northern Italy. Now cultivated in California (with a lot of success) this wine is made in a uniquely light style that's extremely versatile.
The flavors of this lighter-style wine are a bit in the background, but you'll distinguish pink strawberry, raspberry and perhaps a touch of plum on the back end. A good way to train your palate to pick up the more subtle nuances in flavors of wine.
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TMake it all the way. The light body of this wine is easy on the palate and can be enjoyed even with more full-bodied dishes like steaks, ribs ... and burgers. One of the most easy-drinking wines we've ever discovered. It's a perfect example of the "opposites attract"wine pairing rule.