Grilling season is the perfect time to serve rose wine. The warmer temperatures invite the light, cool taste found in many roses. You can't go wrong when you pair them with lighter dishes like this Fresh Grape and Cheddar Salad with Grape-Yogurt Dressing or this Jicama, Avocado and Cabot Cheddar Salad with Lime Dressing. And nothing goes better with a dry rose than a rich - and thoroughly comforting - grilled cheese like this Ver-monte Cristo Sandwich.
The bright, fruit flavors and acidity in a drier rose makes it a versatile pairing choice for mild or slightly sweet cheeses. Also try with a buttery, flavorful grilled cheese, classic Cubano or panini sandwich or lobster roll.
Light to medium bodied, raspberries, cherries, dry
One great way is to host a wine and cheese pairing party with a variety of different wines and Cabot cheeses - it’s fun to compare and contrast everybody’s favorites. But the most important thing to remember? Any wine and cheese that you like together is your perfect pairing!
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