lol, I’ve been sticking to chardonnay or sauv blanc here. Or a lot of beer…last beer we purchased was Bear Republic’s Hop Rod Rye Ale. It was really good. And while we were down in Oceanside we picked up some growlers of Poor Man’s IPA from Pizza Port. And do love that I’ve visited a lot of the breweries we enjoy beer from.
MEOW! What time is dinner?
Which ones are best? Too much Beringer in the late 80′s kind of skeeved me off the pink stuff (except Le Cigare) and I’m scared to waste $ on fruit punch.
Jake: You could say I’ve got it all.
Mo: We have good beer here, too, but this is what I drink all summer.
Jo: Just wait until you see what we had for dinner last night.
Marisa: Best? There isn’t one. I think you’ll enjoy any well-made Provençal rosé. Talk to a seller you trust and try a few. Most of the bottles on the table are in the $12-15 range, and zero of them taste at all like fruit punch.
Oh, also, read the Rosé FAQ in the “Best of” tab up on top of the page.
Excellent primer. You knew exactly what I meant about the white zin. ruining the pink for me.
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