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SPRING CLEAN YOUR PALATE
WITH CALIFORNIA ROSE

by Jyll Jara, WSET II

California Rosé has surely taken its hits over the years. Fortunately, it has now proudly emerged from boxed-wine status, to have proven itself worthy of the company and station of its old-world counterparts. No longer the “Mom-Juice’ of the past, this beleaguered wine now finds itself a favorite amongst the young & beautiful, fast and furious. Lucky for us regular folk, the price point for CA Rosé will allow you to at least to pretend to be stocking up for your yacht party. Rosé is definitely one of the most food friendly of wines, which takes some of the stress out of the wine and food pairing game. My personal favorite happens to be Cheezits and Rosé…don’t judge.  When in doubt-go rosé.

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Red Car, 2015, Rosé of Pinot Noir, Sonoma Coast

Pale melon-pink tasting of pink grapefruit and bing cherries.
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Avocado Toast with Grapefruit and Pomegranate Seeds

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Dragonette Cellars, “Happy Canyon”, 2014, Rosé, Santa Barbara

An ideal blend of Grenache, Mourvedre and Syrah. Aromas of orange blossom, and hints of citrus and pine.
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Sautéed Tilapia Tacos with Grilled Peppers and Onion

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Robert Sinskey, 2014, Vin Gris of Pinot Noir, Los Carneros

Vibrant and luscious with flavors of wild strawberry and peach skin.
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Pulled Pork Salad with Peaches and Cilantro

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A Tribute to Grace, 2014, Rosé, Santa Barbara Highlands

Rose petal, stone fruit, and mild spice notes.
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Roasted Sweet Potato Salad with Chutney Vinaigrette

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Lioco, “Indica”, 2012, Rosé

100% Carignane. Pale pink, full of exotic floral notes, raspberry and anise.
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Spring Vegetable and Goat Cheese Dip

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Tatomer, Spatburgunder, 2014, Rosé, Santa Barbara County

100% Pinot Noir with aromatic and floral texture. Fresh and crisp.
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Garlicky Clams with Confited Potatoes

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