It might be a bit cooler this week, but the summer heat will continue to bear down on the Bayou City until fall makes its arrival. Fortunately for the city's sweat-drenched drinkers, sommeliers all over town offer a uniquely refreshing way to cool off: rosé.
This oft-misunderstood wine has been having something of a moment lately, popping up everywhere from swanky restaurant wine lists to a basic neighborhood party. So, what’s the big deal with pink wine?
For starters, rosé wines are generally bright and clean, making them terrific thirst quenchers. Plus, they come in a variety of styles, ranging from the sweet and candy-like to bone-dry and elegant. But where does one drink excellent rosé in Houston?
At restaurants all over the city, you’ll find rosés from every corner of the globe — think Greece, Spain, Argentina and (of course) France's Provence region, known for its fresh and fruity rosés. Open a bottle of these sommelier recommended rosés, each perfect for drinking any time of year, but especially summer.Read More