Next meeting is THURSDAY, March 28th,
at the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Healdsburg
Speaker: Bruce Hagen - Group Discussion
Rosés have increased in popularity in the last few years and for good reason; they’re versatile, festive, relatively simple, fruit forward, aromatic, fresh and crisp-thoroughly delightful. While this style has been made in France, Spain, and Italy for more than 30 years. It has taken some time Americans to take some interest in them. If you hadn’t noticed, the rosés from Provence, and elsewhere have been a featured item in many commercial outlets, and sales have been off the charts in the last few years, and for good reason. The French are noted for rosés that are fruit forward, perfumed, balanced, and elegant. I thought for the March meeting, I’d do a quick overview of the basic steps in making a pink wine-how hard can it be? After that I want do an open discussion to hear from those of you who’ve made one or more rosés, to learn from your experiences and insights.
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Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
1402 University St. Healdsburg, CA 95448