ROSÉ: The beginnings of a love conquest

I vividly remember one of the early dates I had with my now wife. I was on a mission to impress the family and knew her dad was a big fan of wine so, I felt like if I could impress her with wine, I would definitely find myself in their good graces.

I decided to invite her to a pool party at my apartment complex and I would provide her with the wildly popular Beringer White Zinfandel! Lucky for me she has always been a woman who would have taken wine out of a paper cup so this “rosé” was not insulting to her and we had a great time.

Flash forward to 5 years later I came to find out the truth about wine zinfandel. The truth was that it was a mistake to begin with from the winery of Sutter Home. Bob Trinchero was a descendant from the first generation of the Trinchero Winery.  In 1947 the long standing Italian wine family decided to purchase abandoned Sutter Home Estates. In the years to come they tried to evolve their wine making skill to focus on single varietal style wines instead of Jug wines. With a passion to make a killer Amador County Zinfandel he tried to make it more robust, so he took some of the juice and to experiment gave it some skin contact and low and behold became the White Zinfandel.

I can’t necessarily say that back in the day my classy White Zin move had this meaning behind it but it seems to have sealed the deal 7 years later. Things have evolved since then and we now enjoy dry pink wines from places like Provence.

Whether you are starting with sweet pink or jumping right into dry Rosé, come to your neighborhood Twin Liquors and we will set you up for a fantastic wine night to remember.

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