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Jun 30, 2015
Pick of the Pink - Pinot not the only pink player
This month a selection of varietal rosés showcases Oregon's diversity. Cabernet Franc, Sangiovese. Grenache, Dolcetto, and Lemberger join Pinot Noir in displaying their distinctive differences while white blends demonstrate that several complementary varieties can lead to synergistic results.
Maryhill Winery 2014 Columbia Valley Rosé of Sangiovese
Soft, supple and slightly sweet, its Italian heritage has lent this vino rosato Americano an enticing pink hue and a floral aroma infused with jasmine followed by ripe strawberries overlaid with juicy grapefruit on the palate. $14; 2,497 cases
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The Oregon Wine Press tasting panel has selected the following wines based on overall quality and value within their respective categories. To the best of our knowledge, they are currently available in the marketplace. Wine must be: 1) produced by an Oregon winery; 2) priced (retail) $30 or less for reds, $30 or less for Chardonnay, $30 or less for dessert and sparkling wines, and $25 or less for remaining varietals; and 3) currently available to consumers. Recommended wines were selected using a double-blind method and a 20-point ranking system for appearance, aroma, taste, balance and finish.