Video Round-Up: The best rosé this summer

Video One: Woodstock Grenache Rosé 2009
A product of Scott Collett and Ben Glaetzer, Woodstock’s Rosé will most likely be our best selling pink this summer. The key to making this wine tower above so many other Rosés on the market is the quality of fruit that’s used from the beginning. From thereon, all the winemakers have to do is avoid getting it wrong in the winery. Needless to say, they got it right. Very right.

For the following wines, click on the links provided for each to view videos.
Video Two: Blanck Gewurztraminer 2007
Alsace is one of the leading regions in the world for quality white wine, so it might not be a surprise that is low-yielding Gewurztraminer is, well… pretty awesome to say the least.
Video Three: Elgin Vintners Merlot 2006
Elgin, as well as South Africa as a whole, is grabbing the attention of more and more Irish wine drinkers. Eleven months maturation in French oak barriques has added great depth and complexity to this rich Merlot.
Video Four: Tesoro de los Andes Torrontés Chardonnay 2008
The very best of Argentina is captured in this aromatic white blend, the fruit of which is sourced from Nieto Senetiner’s vineyards. The cool climate Torrontés combines wonderfully with the ever reliable Chardonnay.
Video Five: Farina Valpolicella Ripasso 2005
This Ripasso is made from grapes from the Montecorna vineyard, a hillside in the classic zone. It was one of Decanter magazine’s Top 50 wine buys of 2009. Think baby Amarone!

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