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The aromas of the Cline Rosé are dominated by tart strawberry and a hint of cream. The flavors of this Mourvèdre Rosé are primarily light fruit. It's medium-sweet with soft tannins, marked acidity, and an acceptable length.
This medium-bodied rose is dry with a nicely crisp acidity. The flavors are primarily red fruit and cherry again, though some find they can detect strawberries and watermelon as well. The finish of the A to Z Rose is very smooth and not at all astringent. Especially with its screw cap, the A to Z Rose should make a very good wine for outdoor dining, whether picnics or backyard barbecues.
There are slight floral flavors in San Giuseppe's Pink Pinot Grigio that leave a nice tingling in the mouth. This light-bodied rosé is dry with a marked, lively acidity that is refreshing to drink in most circumstances. It's unquestionably drier than San Giuseppe's regular Pinot Grigio.
The flavors of the 2007 Menage a Trois California Rose are composed primarily of red berries and cherries. It's definitely something that should be served well chilled. This wine is vary approachable and very easy drinking - it should make a good wine for picnics, cookouts, and other summer meals. This might be a good wine for people who are accustomed to sweeter wines but are interested in shifting to drier red wines.
There are nice, positive aromas coming from the Red Bicyclette, mostly red fruits and berries. Strawberry is the most identifiable scent, though it's not the only one. As with the aromas, there are nice fruity and berry flavors here. The Red Bicyclette is soft, a little crisp at the end and dry, and overall very easy on the palate.
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