This rosé is deeper in color and more robust than most, yet there's plenty of vibrant acidity to keep the wine fresh. It's a delight on its own, but would also be delicious with anything from grilled seafood to barbecue chicken.
Recipe PairingsFried Pickle ChipsCrispy Andouille Hush Puppies
red berry fruits
Paso Robles, Central Coast, California, United States
Carménère, a popular red wine grape in Chile, is originally from Bordeaux. For decades, however, Chilean winemakers thought that their Carménère was Merlot.