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The flavors of the 2008 Quinta de Gomariz Espadeiro Rose are fairly mild, primarily wild strawberries. The aromas of this rosé are also mild - rather than anything specific, it simply seems to smell clean, almost like rain.
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 light-bodied rosé starts rather flat, but quickly becomes crisp with ripe fruit and a clean - and somewhat extended, acidic - finish. It would be best to keep this wine cold while drinking it because the alcohol becomes much more prominent as the wine warms up.
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.
A rosé wine is wine made from red-skinned grapes where the grape juice has only been in contact with the red skins long enough (usually two or three days) to give the wine a slight coloring. A rosé wine is a wine that could have been made as a red wine, but the wine maker decided to create a lighter wine instead — not just lighter in color, but also lighter in flavors, aromas, and tannins. The color of a rosé wine can range from just barely pink to dark and coppery.
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