why rosé rocks

That’s right, I said it:

ROSÉ IS NOT SO BASIC

Yes, there are times when I just want a glass of rosé for the sake of having a glass of wine, but it’s really having a heyday because it is so versatile!

it pairs with:

  • grilled fish
  • make that grilled anything: lamb, chicken, artichokes (drooool)
  • oysters
  • beaches (like being on a beach, or looking at a beach-up to you)
  • family reunions
  • girl’s/boy’s night out
  • girl’s/boy’s night in
  • gooey triple cream cheese
  • a hard rich gouda
  • book clubs

bottom line is, whatever your mood, rosé will happily enhance the moment.

Also, I have to highlight this article from Life & Thyme called: A Down and Dirty Guide to Drinking Wine. I’ve been following Ashley Ragovin for a little now and and woman knows her shit. It’s a fabulous read, written with such ease;  a must read for anyone who enjoys wine.

rosé isn't so basic

SPOTLIGHT on TWO

Take the Underwood Canned Rosé in the video. Hello picnics, beach days, cracking one open at the end of the day I can’t get enough (pun intended). This is just what the doctor ordered. It’s juicy and flavorful minus the sweet. It’s laid back and not trying to hard. I also spotted it at Trader Joe’s which is a huge win too. Oh and it’s made with Pinot Noir grapes from Oregon!

Hellooo crowd pleaser, the J. Mourat Rosé hails from France, but the Loire Valley region as opposed to its popular cousin, Côtes de Provence. A beautiful pale pink, this is refreshing and crisp AND a bang for your buck, it’s only $15! Made from Cab Franc, Pinot Noir and Negrette grapes.

…more bottles highlighted next week!

Enjoy your rosé today and all the days.

Cheers!

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