Summer Is the Perfect Time for Dry Rosé

Dry Rosé, which continues to grow in popularity, is made by allowing the crushed skins of red grapes to maintain contact with the juice long enough to impart color and subtle flavor. The result is a refreshing wine that can be enjoyed even on the most sizzling day but also possesses a delicate hint of the red grapes from which it came. Dry Rosé is now made in nearly every grape region that grows red grapes. Here is a selection from around the world – including our own backyard – that are available here in Ohio.

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