This is a very pleasant Spanish Garnacha, a table-ready pairing for almost any white meat.
This is a serious wine at a casual price.
This is good wine, interesting, complex, mouth-filling, and flowing smoothly from first sip to finish.
I’ve put together a short list of pairing rules I’ve derived over the years, lessons learned both by reading and by studying what’s in the glass, and on the plate, before me.
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.