Rosè & Food Pairings
Jul 13, 2012 12:00am
The color of rosè wines leads us to believe that they are sweet and sugary. However, in most cases that couldn’t be farther from the truth. Tonight’s tasting hopes to educate you on dry rosè and how versatile they can be. Join us and find out why we think everyone should rethink and drink pink!
Tonight’s wines will be paired with some delicious treats that are enhanced by the accompaniment of the rosè .
Tonight’s tasting is now SOLD OUT. Please join us in two weeks for Let’s Celebrate the Olympics Tasting.
Tasting ListNV Champagne Taittinger Rose ~ France 2010 The Ruins Rose ~ South Africa 2011 Lavau Tavel ~ France
2011 Tariquet Rose ~ France 2010 Gaspereau Rose ~ Nova Scotia 2009 Pardevalles Rose ~ Spain 2011 Vigne di Zamo Pinot Grigio ~ Italy 2011 Fonsainte Gris de Gris ~ France