This strawberry-hued dry pink wine offers a taste of summer with its ripe flavors of strawberries, raspberries, and tangy cherry notes. But it needn’t be warm to enjoy this delightful and refreshing wine as an aperitif. It’s full bodied enough to enjoy with a wide variety of dishes: cold shellfish with aioli, chicken pasta salads, croque monsieur, omelets, and cheese plates. A good buy at $14 for a Rose of this quality, it’s available at their tasting room in downtown SLO.
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