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- buttonlady - 06-30-2004 01:01 AM

HI, just curious as to personal preferences on the pink wines. I'm looking mainly for soft, light fruity tasting wines,....any suggestions?


- Innkeeper - 06-30-2004 06:24 AM

Rose's from Provence, the Loire, and Abruzzo (where they are called Cerasuolos), are all favorites. However, this year our summer rose' will be an All American; it is Terre Rouge Vine Gris d'Amador. A box should arrive by the 4th.


- californiagirl - 06-30-2004 06:59 AM

What are the current shipping laws to Alaska?

I really like V. Sattui's Gamay Rouge. It's definitely light and fruity. Tastes of strawberries. The winery only sells on site and direct mail order only.


- Kcwhippet - 06-30-2004 08:38 AM

Check approved shipping for Alaska below:

http://www.wineinstitute.org/shipwine/analysis/state_analysis.htm#alaska


- Innkeeper - 06-30-2004 08:51 AM

You can order direct from Terre Rourge too: info@terrerougewines.com


- oldworld - 06-30-2004 07:40 PM

Leverano Rose- fresh strawberries, raspberries, tutti-frutti nose, slight spritz on palate. cheap @ $7 or so. Great picnic wine.


- Innkeeper - 07-01-2004 05:21 AM

Hi Old World, and welcome to the Wine Board. Thanks for your input.


- oldworld - 07-02-2004 09:01 PM

Thanks InnKeeper. I've enjoyed reading your posts and look forward to being active on this board.


- thewoodman - 07-02-2004 09:09 PM

I picked up Snoqualmie Cirque de Rose. Full bodied rose if that makes any sense. Full of fruit, darker than most. About as far from a european rose as you can get, but very tasty. This will be my fourth of July wine with some BB ribs.