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Anybody drinking dry Rose' in the Winter?
 
Posts: 235 | Location: SFO Bay area | Registered: Aug 10, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Yes.
 
Posts: 2396 | Location: Windsor, CA | Registered: Dec 05, 2001Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Another yes. I love them with apps such as bruschetta or Caprese salad. Hopefully some of the 2011's will start to go on sale/closeout soon.
 
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I bought a case of 2001 Left Coast Cellars Rose of Pinot Noir Willamette Valley and it's really nice.
 
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Yes.
 
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+1. Good all year 'round.


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Sure, Christmas Dinner for 12 and will serve them 2011 Château Coussin Sainte Victoire Côtes de Provence Rosé Sumeire Family, just love this juice.
 
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Absolutely! I was in Tavel, France last week drinking the stuff for breakfast, lunch and dinner (almost) and I couldn't find a single meal that rose did not compliment.


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I enjoy a good Rosé as a change of pace compared to heavier reds. My tastes are changing towards lighter wines in general.
 
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Chateau d Aqueria (Tavel) Yum..Great everyday stuff.


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