This Provence-style dry Rose showcases a bright bouquet of raspberry, watermelon and Meyer lemon. Medium-bodied with a rich mid-palate, this wine begins with flavors of grapefruit, strawberry then cherry, culminating in a fresh, creamy finish.
Grown in windy valleys along California’s Central Coast, 515 Rose is composed of Grenache layered with Syrah and other aromatic varieties.
Most cheese dishes pair well with a dry Rose. It has the acidity of a white wine and the fruit character of a red. Try an open-faced sandwich of asparagus, prosciutto and several layers of melted cheese or rosemary flatbread topped with bleu cheese, grapes and honey.
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