I recently made a few sacrifices and tried close to 90 rosé wines in the last couple of months to see what was up with rosé. Most of this sacrifice took place with three other wine writers during an hours-long tasting session, while other parts of the sacrifice took place
With momentum that seems like it will never stop, the popularity of Rosé is as high as its ever been. Long gone is the much reviled White Zinfandel (but we love it for all those Zinfandel vines it saved!) and in its place is the much loved pink-hued juice that
For some reason, springtime always makes me think of Paris. You always hear of Parisians headed outside to have springtime picnics all around the city after a cold, dreary winter; museums and gardens hosting events with springtime themes; and the city starts buzzing with excitement for the French Open (#BucketList).
One of the things that ruffles my feathers (ok, shit that pisses me off) is when people tell me that they don’t like “x” wine.