The rosés of Pinot Noir being made in California and Oregon are substantial wines suitable for drinking the year-round. In this article, we review some of our favorites from the 2021 vintage. Most of them are cultivated and fermented specifically for rosé. Well-chilled, a Pinot Noir rosé is the perfect dinner companion, pairing beautifully with salmon, pork, chicken and vegetable dishes. These wines may be purchased direct from the winery websites.
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