This juicy, ripe and robust rosé was produced from Malbec, a dark, yet thin-skinned grape, resulting in a wine with a deep pink hue. Red fruit and citrus flavors, along with a round mouthfeel, make this a wine built for richer, more full-flavored foods like barbecue chicken.
Recipe PairingsSalmon Burgers
red berry fruits
Paso Robles, Central Coast, California, United States
The British call red Bordeaux wines Clarets. It's a variation on the French word clairet, a style of dark rosé wine the French exported to Britain in the 18th century.