Rose Wines for Year Round Enjoyment

As the weather turns cooler, my wine thoughts usually turn to darker shades of red. But that is not necessarily the case in Provence, where the locals of the southern French region tend to do something that would appear unusual to American consumers; they drink Rosé wines in the summer as well as in the fall, winter and spring. The reason is versatility. Their unique characteristic allows dry Rosé wines to pair well with a wide range of cuisines, including Mexican, Middle Eastern, Thai, Spanish and Indian.

Click here to read some of my recommendations in this week’s Vine Guy column in the Washington DC Examiner Newspaper

Click here to listen to my favorites on WTOP Radio’s Wine of the Week

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