Rosé right now. Provence, Loire and — yeah! — Napa calling.

May 30, 2012 § Leave a comment

Everyone aspiring to cool says they drink rosé all year, but I kind of doubt it. I’m going to try to, though I’ll drink even more over the next few months. Still, a few of the wines in my article this week have the cojones to go the distance, and I bet I’ll be able to buy some cheap in December. The Midsummer Cellars majority-Grenache rosé (articulately blogged about by my pal Ned Swain of Devenish wines) has been the best surprise for me this year. Truly terrific. But then so is the Hochart, and the Plouzeau, and the Peyrassol, and…

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