Today It’s Rosé

    As Dallas finally broke it’s 47 days of over 100 temperatures (which sadly is not a record), it’s so easy to reach for a glass of rosé. It’s a wine that I personally had to learn to love as the ones I tried earlier on brought me back to eating too many watermelon […]

TEXSOM: A Discussion of Rosé Wines – Are They Meant To Be Aged?

aging rosé wines

  MW Sheri Morano and MW Mary Gorman-McAdams     My Third TEXSOM conference   Masters of Wine Mary Gorman-McAdams and Sheri Morano led a discussion and tasting about the aging rosé wines and the fundamental question if these wines are made to age.  This was one of the many seminars I attended at TEXSOM, […]