A quality Rosé really is like a good book. It starts with the first sip, the introduction where the theme is revealed, and the drinker eagerly awaits the wine’s evolution as it transitions to the midpalate. There we find the climax, where a good Rosé explodes across all corners of the mouth, delivering juicy fruit flavors and zesty acidity that puckers the taste buds and assaults the senses. And finally, the finish serves as a denouement, the lingering essence of the wine, that which you can’t forget and drives you to pick the book back up and return to page one. Uhh sorry first page… we mean first sip! What were we talking about again? Jeez, My Book Club Only Reads Wine Labels Rosé is good…
BELIEVE IT OR NOT
Enjoy My Book Club Only Reads Wine Labels Rosé with:
Food: Chive avocado goat cheese toasts
Sweet: Spice cake (all dominations, not just Christmas)
ROSÉ STAR IS BORN
Located in the eastern part of California between San Francisco and Lake Tahoe, Amador County has a historic winemaking tradition dating back more than a century. Today Amador County is known as a hotbed of experimentation and technology, home to some of California’s oldest vineyards as well as some of its newest and most modern facilities.
We discovered this unique Rosé while on a hunt for an affordable, unique alternative to Provence, and believe it will have a place on your table as it has certainly earned its place on ours. The locals like it with fried foods, charcuterie and, frankly, for breakfast. This is W.O.W.’s "nothing but fun in a bottle" offering.
THE FINE PRINT
APPELLATION: Amador County, California
WINEMAKER NOTES: Amador County derives much of its cultural identity to the production of wine, and Rosé is a fixture of the local wine culture. My Book Club Only Reads Wine Labels Rosé is packed with red berry fruit flavor, a creamy midpalate and a lingering finish.
RESIDUAL SUGAR: 0.57g/L