Now to the world’s two great hot spots for dry Rosé. Starting in Spain with the semi-rich Campo Viejo. It’s been top of my list for at least two decades, and the 2014 vintage is as good as ever. A bit high in alcohol, so more suited to food than party sloshing.
The south of France is considered the home of Rosé and Ogier’s wine carries the flag well. Dry, refreshing, semi-rich, and turning on the charm. Well almost. Damn good everyday Rosé for the price.
CAMPO VIEJO 14 Rosé, Tempranillo, Rioja, Spain 175620 $11.80
OGIER 14 Rosé, Ventoux, France 134916 $12.95