Think of Rosé as the best of both worlds, made from red varietals, but vinted like a white. This combination of white wine structure and the subtle shades of flavor from the red varietals makes Rosé refreshing, versatile and food-friendly. California Rosés tend to be dry yet still fresh and fruity with flavors often ranging from red fruit to citrus and watermelon. Nowadays, you can find a California Rosé made from just about any red varietal including Pinot Noir, Syrah, Grenache, a blend of Rhone grapes, Merlot and even Cabernet Sauvignon.
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