We invite you to try a few bottles of RosÚ. We're not talking about your grandmother's White Zinfandel - the new RosÚ is cool, it's refreshing, it's complex, it has a lot of flavor, a lot of depth of acidity. RosÚs are wines that have touched the skin of the grapes for between three hours and three days, giving them a nice pink color and a food-pairing versatility. It can go with everything from seafood to Mexican tacos to steak off the grill.
1. Zotovich Sta. Rita Hills Rose 2013
2. Dragonette Happy Canyon Santa Barbara Rose 2015
3. Merisi Sonoma County Pinot Gris 2014
4. Vaughn Duffy Rose of Pinot Noir Sonoma County 2015