The Dry Rosé highlights two aromatic red varietals that can deliver excellent complimentary aromatics in a dry rose style. The nose shows notes of strawberry, honey, and apple and a taste that has similar balance of components. The finish is subtle at first, but trails off nicely with a crispness that makes it a great wine with salads, seafood, and desserts such as crème brulee.
Celebrity Chef Pairing by Paul Qui
Fried Egg Salad with radishes, basil and nasturtium