Rosé is a style of wine, not a type of grape, often a blend of several varieties! It is neither red nor white, but decidedly pink. Rosé can be sweet or dry and is said to be the epitome of summer. Pairs with charcuterie, fresh fruit, light pastas, salads especially well. Find more information and recipes for this wine pairing here.

Common Styles: Still Rosé and Sparkling Rosé

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Sweets: white chocolate, jelly filled donut, sugar cookies, raspberry tart, strawberry frosted donut

Fruits and Vegetables: melon, mushroom caps, tomato, olives, veggie burgers, eggplant, tomato, mushroom, root vegetable, leeks, olives, sweet potato, legumes, fennel

Cheese and Nuts: cheddar, tomato and basil cheese, mild cheese, swiss, monterey jack, pepper jack, goat, gruyere, feta, goat cheese, mozzarella, fontina, gouda

Appetizers and Snacks: white cheddar popcorn, spinach dip, guacamole, nachos, pigs in a blanket, club sandwich, margarita pizza, focaccia, macaroni and cheese, potato salad

Meats: beer can chicken, hamburgers, hotdogs, pork shoulder, veggie burger with cheese, ham, pork

Seafood: lobster, salmon

Spices and Sauces: ginger, Italian, sage, nuts, curry, bbq, cajun, aged cheese, chimichurri, spicy

Recipes: bouillabaisse, souvlaki, shrimp cocktail, wraps, couscous, quiche, appetizers, asian cuisine, light salads, light pasta, rice dishes with seafood, shellfish, Mexican food, grilled fish, curry-based dishes, spicy Thai, savory pastries, sweet and crunchy shrimp, spicy dishes, mediterranean salads, savory pastries, fish, light pasta, chicken, turkey, shrimp cocktail, chocolate based desserts.

Common Varietals used in Rosé