Posts tagged: Rose

Battling the Shame of the Rosé

Battling the Shame of the Rosé Contributed by Oliver Styles Wine Searcher Are rosé wines inherently inferior, or is it a case of outright discrimination? If there is one category in the world of wine in which, to be honest, no-one really takes all that seriously, it’s rosé. A lot of wine people will say […]

Saturday August 15th, 2020 in , | Comments Off on Battling the Shame of the Rosé

Frank’s NEW Rose has arrived and its Yummy!

When I first got into the wine industry a few decades ago, rosé was anything but cool. White Zinfandel from California made the public think that all rosé was sweet, and unfortunately, imports such as Royal Lancers from Portugal and wines such as Sutter Home White Zin confirmed this notion. Today, however, rosé is the […]

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The best ways of choosing and serving rosé wine

The best ways of choosing and serving rosé wine By Anne Krebiehl MW from The Buyer It is the right time of year to re-think your rosé strategy They shimmer at al fresco tables across the country: shades of rosé from the palest tinge to lurid pink and every nuance in between. Rosés are an […]

Sunday September 15th, 2019 in , | Comments Off on The best ways of choosing and serving rosé wine

Thanksgiving Rosé Suggestions

  You’d say Pink wine…. Yes, we say buy Pink wine it is good for the body, it is good for the mind, and it goes well with the bird! Here are some suggestions ATREA 2017 ROSE “SKID ROSE” MENDOCINO LORENZA 2017 ROSE (RHONE BLEND) LUCIA 2017 “LUCY” ROSE TRIBUTE TO GRACE 2017 ROSE OF […]

Thursday November 15th, 2018 in , | Comments Off on Thanksgiving Rosé Suggestions

La Vie en Rosé

La Vie en Rosé by Robert Joseph In 1975, Pamela Vandyke Price, wine correspondent of The Times of London, wrote in The Taste of Wine that “No one… has ever sat discussing a pink wine for more than a few minutes except to establish whether it is pleasant as a wine in its own right or […]

Sunday June 24th, 2018 in , | Comments Off on La Vie en Rosé

Anniversary of “DRINK PINK” – it is good for the body, good for the soul

Lorenza is made by mother-daughter team Melinda Kearney, who is a long time wine diplomate, and her daughter, model Michelle Ouellet. The mother-daughter team has deep roots in the Napa Valley, where their rosé project was inaugurated with the 2008 vintage. The 2017 is their “10th Anniversary”. They love showcasing its natural expression as well […]

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Think PINK! It’s good for the body!

Most people assume Rosé (or Pink wine) is sweet, white-zinfandel, cheap, ersatz wine. WRONG, WRONG, WRONG!When I first got into the wine industry a few decades ago, rosé was anything but cool. White Zinfandel from California made the public think that all rosé was sweet, and unfortunately, imports such as Royal Lancers from Portugal and wines such as […]

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What makes a Crisp Wine?

You’ve probably heard the word “crisp” uttered by the puckered lips of one of your wino friends, but what actually is a crisp wine and what makes it crisp in the first place? Let us demystify this often-used, confusing term. The word “crisp” is exclusively used to describe white wines and is a reference to […]

Wednesday April 26th, 2017 in , , , , , | Comments Off on What makes a Crisp Wine?

Surprising Foods which have more Calories than a Glass of Champagne!

Just how many calories are in a glass of Champagne? Well, it is very hard to give an exact answer as there are many varieties of Champagne and there are many sizes of glasses! I would say that the average sized glass of champagne would be around 85 calories, so let us take a look […]

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Rosé is NOT just SWEET PINK wine! Here’s why….

When I first got into the wine industry a few decades ago, rosé was anything but cool. White Zinfandel from California made the public think that all rosé was sweet, and unfortunately, imports such as Royal Lancers from Portugal and wines such as Sutter Home White Zin confirmed this notion. Today, however, rosé is the […]

Thursday August 25th, 2016 in , | 1 Comment »