Rosé is viewed by many as a summertime drink, and for good reason. It’s light, refreshing, and perfect for sipping on balmy nights. But just because it’s got a reputation as a summer favorite, doesn’t mean you have to go without during the long – oh so long – cold season! Organically grown wines like Natura Rosé are perfect for fall, winter and spring too, and here’s why:
Varied Food Pairings
The flavor profile of a fine Natura Rosé is one that pairs nicely with a wide variety of dishes – and not just light summer salads. The aromas of fruit and spice complement heartier foods such as roasted pork or chicken and even chocolate desserts. There are lots of winter comfort dishes that are too light for a red, like a pinot noir, but too heavy for a white wine. Thankfully, we have the delicate yet complex flavors of rosé that brings us the best of both worlds.
It’s More Gourmet Than People Think
Rosé is an oft-misunderstood member of the wine world. It’s fun; it’s light; it’s just not what you’d serve at an upscale or formal gathering. Vintners and wine connoisseurs would contest that, however. They understand the complex challenges in creating a balanced and consistent wine; everything from grape variety to soil to temperature must be exact to master the perfect rosé. The end result? A wine that goes from summer BBQ to sophisticated dinner party effortlessly.
Works for Every Occasion
Picnics, barbecues, Sunday brunch, formal dinners – rosé is an ideal accompaniment for any occasion or event. The wide-ranging varieties of this wine mean that you have tons of options when you’re selecting a bottle, from a crisp, bone dry selection to a weightier varietal made with Syrah and Granache. It’s really up to you and what you’re in the mood for.
In terms of versatility and flavor, rosé is tops. We love all organically grown wines, but there’s a special place in our hearts for Natura Rosé, with its light pink coloring, aromas of cherry and black currant, and silky finish. So remember, just because summer is winding down doesn’t mean that your enjoyment of rosé has to cool off one bit!