Apricot and honey linger, with enough acid to balance the sweetness.
The wait was rewarded with a very lovely wine that doesn't usually get any years behind it.
When people tell me "I don't like bubbles" I slap them until they go away.
Strawberries and cherries form the backbone of the dry, delicious Rosé.
A good match for a grilled dinner like flank steak or ribeye.
Though you can drink this now, it would be better to wait 1-5 years.
Simple meat courses such as filet mignon or pork loin are good pairings that will enhance the flavors of the wine.
Drink this wine with stuffed flounder, letting the zingy acidity cut through the rich crab and sauce.