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2022 Badenhorst Secateurs Rosé
As the weather warms up, our taste in rosé migrates South – the Southern hemisphere, that is. Because South African grapes are grown on the opposite end of the earth as Europe, the wines are ready to go about six months earlier, and we can get our fix for fresh and fruity rosé. This wine is full of fresh effusive strawberry, while the palate is zippy and super dry - a seriously delightful wine.
First and foremost, we'd recommend enjoying this bottle as an aperitif. The light fruit here will also add subtlety and intrigue to lighter salads and raw vegetable preparations, as well as leaner fish dishes.
From the first whiff of this fun and flirtaceous rosé, you can tell it's a bottle that will go fast. Opening with bright, appealing note of ripe strawberry and a touch of saline minerality, while the palate is bright, expressive, and acidic.
An ideal aperitif wine, the Conejos Malditos will match up well with light vegetarian and seafood appetizers like salmon tartare, a roasted beet salad, or raw oysters.
2022 Domaine de la Triballe Le Rose de la Rainette IGP
There's a reason why rosé from the South of France is so well-renowned around the world - the combination of fruit weight, with minerality is unmistakable. This bottle from Domaine de la Triballe opens with lovely ripe strawberry, unripe plum, and a touch of smoky earth, while the palate is pleasant, and almost full, with a crisp, mineral finish.
A perfect wine to enjoy on its own, the Rosé de la Rainette will also do very well beside lighter proteins and vegetables. Yakitori skewers, tuna tartare, and hummus with crudité will all be excellent.
While we love the rosés of Southern France, recently we've been especially charmed by the darker, rustic rosés of Italy. This bottle, which comes from the hills of Piemonte, may look dark, but it's as fresh and fruity as can be. Opening with notes of dried fruit and touch of herbs, the palate is super fresh, and direct, with bright watermelon and raspberry elements.
Another reason to love Italian rosé is that it offers far more than an aperitif! Although the Rosato would be excellent on its own, it will go excellently with lighter, charred protein like chicken kabob or grilled salmon with crispy skin. Roasted or sautéed veggies will play very nicely, as well.