Vibrant and Versatile-Barton & Guestier Rosé

As I try to recover from too many years of “White Zin” (1970-1995) when it was offered for the price of the glass (bottle) I have been trying, much to my surprise and delight, a whole new offering of Rose’ that are finding the market. I came across this post by one of my favorite wine bloggers, and frankly it was so good, well written and on point to my current view of Rose’ that I simply had to re-blog it. One side note; I am a skeptic when it comes to B&G wines ( I generally considered them as low end offerings on the quality curve), but after trying this one, I am having to rethink that as well. I guess the second chance theory really has some merit. In any case I hope you enjoy this post as much as I did..

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We have all heard about how versatile Rosé can be. It carries throughout the year, pairs with a wide variety of dishes, and you can find delicious examples at a variety of price points. Did you know that it also pairs with vastly different days? What I mean by that is that I equally enjoyed these two samples, but under very different circumstances.

If you are looking for a great wine to bring to a party, Barton and Guestier Rosé from Provence is just the thing. As an appertiv, to sip on between courses, or to pair with all kinds of finger foods. And it can be found at a great party price point, around $15. I brought both bottles to a birthday party my dear friend threw for me. I thought it was just some girls from the neighborhood getting together for a few hours, but she went all out. It…

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