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- uunashville - 06-19-2001 02:01 PM
We have a group of fellow wine-lovers who meet for local tastings. We will have a summer potluck, and my partner and I will be taking things to make grilled pizzas. Not your typical pepperoni, either. Anyway, I want to serve a pink wine, just to be different - nothing sweetish, but maybe a cab blanc. I thought about the old standby Tavel, but.....anyway, can you help suggest something?
- barnesy - 06-19-2001 02:22 PM
Perhaps a good bandol would fit the bill. Should be lots of good roses from Provence out this time of year.
By the way, Welcome to the board. Looks like you may be the 4000th member!
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- uunashville - 06-19-2001 03:12 PM
Thanks! And do I win a prize for being #4000?
- winoweenie - 06-20-2001 07:03 PM
Uunashville, welcome to the board. Hate to inform you that the 4000th member has the honor of buying a glass for the original 400 members, heheWW
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- uunashville - 06-21-2001 08:11 AM
Gee....that's fair, I think....
- Thomas - 06-21-2001 06:27 PM
Try a Cotes du Frontonnais--great pinker.
- Drew - 06-22-2001 03:36 AM
Also here's some that WS rated high.
- Botafogo - 06-22-2001 11:06 AM
Try a Montepulciano d'Abruzzo Cerasuolo, yummy very dark roses made in East Central Italy. You should be able to find Illuminati, Cataldi Madonna or others in many markets. There are also several excellent Sicilian examples of dry rosato from Regaleali, Donna Fugata and Planeta.
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