Category: Pink Wine

Discover the Rustic Charms of Pineau d’Aunis

One of the trends in the wine world that I’ve been happiest to see in recent years is the surge

The Pink Wine That Isn’t: The Many Charms of Cerasuolo d’Abruzzo

Rosé has come a long, long way in America. When I first started writing about wine, it was a depressed

The Best Pink Prosecco for Your Fabulous Post-Pandemic Frivolity

Many of us have reason to celebrate, or will soon, as the pandemic gradually recedes from immediate concern and we

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Vinography Unboxed: Week of 5/3/20

Hello, and welcome to my periodic dig through the samples pile. I’m pleased to bring you the latest installment of

Tasting Organic Rosé Wines from the South of France

Early this week I spent a few days wandering around the Millesime Bio fair in France. Billed as the world’s

When it Comes to Rosé, Italy Gives France a Run for the Money

My gold standard for pink wine has long been the wines of southern France, in particular Provence. Add in some

The Joy of Pink Pinot: Tasting at the 2011 IPNC

Regular readers will know that I’m a fan of everything pink when it comes to wine. Rosé is one of

Montenidoli, San Gimignano, Tuscany: Some Current Releases

About three months ago, I found myself wandering around the halls at the Vino2011 tradeshow in New York. Put on

2009 Patton Valley Vineyards Rosé of Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley, Oregon

When it comes to wineries I generally know I’m in for something good when I drive down a long dirt

Why Does American Rosé Suck?

I was poking around in my wine cellar last night, taking stock of what I might be drinking soon, now

2007 York Creek Vineyards Touriga Nacional Rose, Sonoma County

One of my favorite punching bags in the world is the sorry state of California rosé. For some reason, winemakers

JC Cellars, Oakland: Current Releases

In the Silicon Valley, business incubation is quite common — larger companies often provide financial, operations, and moral support to

2002 Az. Agr. Valentini “Cerasuolo” Rosato, Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, Italy

A few wineries around the world can credibly claim that the family has been making wine in the same spot

RAP Pink Out Rosé Tasting: May 21, San Francisco

I think we’ve turned a corner. At least in the major metropolitan areas of America, it’s no longer uncool to

Winter RAP Rose Tasting: November 15th, San Francisco

You know pink wine is making a comeback when a bunch of vintners and marketing folks think they can fill

Drinking Pink: Notes From the RAP Pink Out Rose Tasting

When the temperatures are topping out above 90 nearly every day in San Francisco, you know it’s hot. The poor

RAP (Rose Avengers & Producers) Tasting, July 17th, San Francisco

I’ll skip all the clichés. You’re getting enough of them from the mainstream wine media at this point in the

2004 Domaine Rimbert Rosé, Saint Chinian, Languedoc, France

It may be cold as hell in San Francisco right now, and pouring rain earlier in the day, but that

A Whole Lotta Rosé: A Report from The 1st Annual RAP Pink Out

all kinds. RAP, like ZAP or any of the other similar organizations, is a marketing co-op of sorts. Membership in