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Best local Paso Robles rosé wines for the holidays 

best rose wines in Paso Robles

Rosé has come along way from the white zinfandel I remember my relatives drinking at family get-togethers. Today’s Paso Robles’ rosés are sophisticated and delicious. These Paso Robles rosé wines will pair well with lighter fare, appetizers like prosciutto-wrapped melon, smoked salmon and deviled eggs. They will also go well with baked ham, pork tenderloin and white meat of roasted turkey. For all the holiday chefs out there, consider enjoying rosé wines yourself as your prepare holiday meals. Remember to serve them chilled. Enjoy!

Recommended Paso Robles rosé wines for the holidays

Broken Earth Winery 2020 Limited Release Rosé – $23.00
This wine has an array of delicate red berry fruit characters that flow through the palate and meld beautifully with the balancing bright acidity. Skin contact was used in fermentation to add a hint of firmness to the palate so the wine finishes clean in your mouth.

Circle B Vineyard 2020 Grenache Rosé – $20best Rose wines
This grenache-based rosé is made by Steve and Clara Baker at Paso Robles based Circle B Vineyard. The wine has floral and citrus notes with light cranberry flavors, making it a perfect pair for a holiday meal. It will go well with appetizers and even turkey and fixin’s.

HammerSky Rosé – $26.99
This rosé is soft and dry with subtle flavors of strawberry short cake, raspberry and watermelon. It’s a clean and delicious unfiltered wine. It’s a great wine to start a holiday party.

Pomar Junction Vineyard 2015 Syrah Rose – $99-175 for a case
This delightful rosé delivers flavors of pink cherries and strawberries. It’s dry, but very approachable. It’s perfect to drink on its own or serve at a holiday brunch.

Robert Hall 2020 Cavern Select Syrah Rosé– $24
A zesty rose with a light peach color and refreshing flavors of of berries and citrus. It recently won a gold medal at the 2021 Sunset International Wine Competition. This a great wine to start a holiday party.

Shale Oak 2020 Rosé – $24
Grenache grapes take the lead in this dry rosé wine. Smell aromas of strawberry cream on the nose and taste a dry finish with a little minerality. Its a great party starter with a low 11.2-percent alcohol.

Tackitt Family Vineyards 2020 Risque Rosé – $25
A berry-hued wine with aromas of strawberry and hibiscus tea. It has a vibrant mouthfeel and flavors of cherry and stone fruit.

Victor Hugo Les Mis 2020 Estate Rosé – $18
This rosé has a mild sweetness. It’s smooth with no dry ending, while still having a bright tang. It will pair well with a cool chicken salad and other light picnic foods.

Vina Robles 2015 Rosé – $19
This pink wine is packed with flavor and a great value. Its pressed from Syrah grapes of the Paso Robles Eastside’s Huerhuero Vineyard. It will pair well with quail, chicken, turkey and appetizers.

Publisher’s note: For the third year in a row we thought it would be fun to recommend local wines for upcoming holiday parties and meals. Once again, I had no idea how much participation we would receive from our local wineries. Over the last few weeks we received more than 100 entries. The recommended wines are in alphabetical order.

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About the author: Publisher Scott Brennan

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