90+ Cellars recently released their Annual Lot 33 Rosé 2012 from France’s Languedoc and did rather well. Ever hear of 90+ Cellars? According to 90+ Cellars “They are a limited collection of wine with a pedigree of awards from some of the world’s most respected wineries that you can buy for less.” Anyways, when I do Rosé I prefer them from France although I recently had a California one that I loved and encouraged me to explore further. This is a blend of Syrah, Grenache, Cinsault, and Mourvedre. For about 12 bucks a bottle (reaping the benefits of what 90+ Cellars does) it’s got a cool nose, not a traditional description…mixed fruit cocktail and ripe strawberries followed by flavors of bright red fruits and crisp acidity – incredibly refreshing on a warm June day! Want something light, fun, and not too complicated? Think pink!