#RoséAllDay: Seeking Out the Best Pink Wines

Whether on their own or paired with food, these pink hued wines offer tremendous versatility with high levels of drinkability. Rosé wines are crafted nearly everywhere around the wine world and available in a variety of styles and pink hues. Consider the next 6 rosé wines as potential candidates at your next wine market or wine boutique visit.

 

Adrian Bryksa’s Top 6 Rosé Wines

 

2014 Quails Gate Rosé

(Okanagan Valley, BC, Canada)

2013 Torres Santa Digna Cabernet Sauvignon Rosé

(Maule Valley, Chile)

2014 Gazela Vinho Verde Rosé

(Vinho Verde, Portugal)

2012 Étude Pinot Noir Rosé

(Carneros, California, USA)

2014 Barton & Guestier Côtes Du Provence

(Provence, France)

2014 Il Feuduccio Cerasuolo D’Abruzzo

(Cerasuolo d’Abruzzo, Italy)

 

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Culinaire serves up features on dining in, dining out, wine, beer, spirits and cocktails. Culinaire is a food and beverage magazine tempting tastebuds, engaging appetites, and celebrating Alberta. We’re highlighting local people and learning from their experience and success. Sharing their secrets are chefs, sommeliers, brewers, mixologists, restaurateurs, and local food and beverage experts

 

About Adrian Bryksa

Adrian Bryksa is the voice behind YYCWine. His work has appeared in Wine Spectator, Good Bottle of Wine, Reading for New Times, Culinaire Magazine and EatNorth.ca. His professional training is through the Wine and Spirits Education Trust (WSET) and he is one of the original minds behind Calgary based tech startup Wine Collective. He is married with three wonderful children.

 

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