86pointsWölffer 2006 Rosé (The Hamptons, Long Island)

This poised salmon-amber rosé blend is a refreshing alternative to the old-school sweet rose of the past. The nose exudes peaches, apricots and cherries while on the palate, the wine is largely dry and balanced with a minerally, lime finish. That's not to say the wine lacks complexity; it's weightier on the tongue than many of the flirtier rosés and may be a touch ponderous for fans of tingling styles. A balance between crispness and complexity means it will pair well with diverse dishes and make a wonderful bridge wine from flavor to flavor. Think salmon, summer salads and grilled herb chicken. Susan Kostrzewa

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  • Alcohol
    12.1%
  • Bottle Size
    750 ml
  • Category
    Rose
  • Date Published
    7/1/2007
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