At Spec’s you can always see through rosé-colored glasses! While the color of most rosé wines is delicate, not all rosés are sweet and fruity. In fact, they’re a great option for all sorts of pairings. Rosés come from all regions, so here are a few recommendations for these pleasantly pink wines.
France has some wonderfully refreshing rosés. Consider a rosé from France’s Côte de Provence. These wines are delicious blends of Grenache and Syrah. Rosés from Tavel, in the southern Rhône wine region in France, are floral, well-structured wines that can pair with a variety of foods like poultry or seafood — or both! Try a Tavel rosé with tuna and egg on a baguette.
In Argentina, you’ll find Malbec in rosé form — a dry rosé that is a great option for the warmer spring months here in Texas.
Finally, if you’re looking for a fruit-forward option, ask the experts at Spec’s to recommend a Rose d’ Anjou, which is a great pairing with salads and cheeses and exhibits notes of fresh strawberries and melon.
Whatever your pink preference, Spec’s is sure to have just the right rosé to put a little spring in your glass!
Submitted by: Leonel Hurtado in Brownsville