Rosé: Rosé Comes to the Table

These versatile wines prove a serious match for food
Laurie Woolever
Issue: May 31, 2007

APPETIZER Baby Beets with Fennel Bavarois & Borscht Henri Billiot & Fils Brut Rosé Champagne NV (91, $56) ENTRÉE Roast Veal Chops with Spring Peas & Carrots Domaine Tempier Bandol Rosé 2005 (89, $32) DESSERT Pain Perdu with Strawberry Jam & Milk Chocolate Cream Kracher Zweigelt Beerenauslese Burgenland 2003 (83, $29/375ml) ALTERNATE WINE SUGGESTIONS Rosé, with its many incarnations and styles, can be a great partner for food.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands April 26, 2007.

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