Is there anything more beautiful or delicious than the sun shining through a chilled glass of Washington Rosé wine? Not when you are sipping on the elegantly styled Seven Hills Dry Rosé from the Columbia Valley. The fact that today is National Rosé Wine Day is just a bonus, Seven Hills doesn’t need a National wine day to open a bottle. You don’t Father’s Day or even a graduation brunch as an excuse to open a bottle of this beautiful Rosé wine. Are you thirsty? Do you want to drink something really good? Sounds like the perfect time to open a bottle of Seven Hills Dry Rose of Cabernet Franc!
This Washington Rosé was crafted primarily from Cabernet Franc grapes grown in the Columbia Valley, Petit Verdot and Malbec were added in small amounts for structure and fruit flavor. Where many Rosé wines have fruit flavors reminiscent of melons and berries and may remind you of Jolly Ranchers, Seven Hills tastes more of stone fruits, especially peaches and is bone dry. Made in the classic French style, it is crisp and extremely refreshing.
No, I certainly did not need the reminder that today was National Rosé Day to pour myself a glass of the Seven Hills Dry Rose of Cabernet Franc today. I will admit that it did give me the extra push to write up the tasting notes though!