Dry Rosé Wines

Most people shy away from Rosé wines thinking they are going to be sweet like a pink zinfandel.  Think again!  There are variations of Rosé wines that have only a hint of sweetness to some that are very dry.  I have come across a few that are sweet, but most are not.  Rosé wines are a great alternative to the various white and red wines and most often white and red wine drinkers can agree that this type of wine is great!  They have the light crispness of a white with the complex body of a red, without the tannins.  Try a bottle from my listing in Dry American Rosé Wines or Dry French Rosé Wines for a perfect summer wine or one of my favorites shown below!

Domaine De Ricaud Bordeaux Clairet (France)

Try these entrées that will complement the dry Rosé wine of your choice:

Easy BBQ Chicken Legs
BBQ Drummettes
Slow Roasted Rack of BBQ Pork Ribs
One Pot Roasted Pork Tenderloin with BBQ Baked Beans
Slow Cooked Duck with Caramelized Onions and Corn in a Hickory Smoked BBQ Reduction

BBQ Chicken Pizza

 Also don’t forget the easy Sunday dinner or weeknight entrées – a Slow Cooker BBQ Chicken or Slow Cooker BBQ Pork Roast that can be morphed into fantastic Texas Style BBQ Chicken Sandwiches or Pulled Pork Sandwiches for lunch or dinner the next day!

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