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Top 10 Rose Wines 2009

Rosés, with their pink color, are made by pressing, bleeding, or limited maceration. Only Rosé Champagnes are made by blending white and red wines. Typically served chilled, they're especially refreshing in warm weather. We've selected some of the best Rosés from Rioja and Bordeaux to the Napa and Russian River Valleys in California. Find yourself a quality pink wine with a look through these past selections.

Top 10 Rosés
Bottle to Buy/Price
2007 Rosado St. Helena Estate; $23
2007 Rosé; $10
2007 Rosé; $9
2007 Rosé de Pinot Noir; $18
2006 J Vin Gris Rosé; $20
2007 Grenache Rosé; $15
2006 Rosato; $17
2007 Rosé; $9
2005 "Femme Fatale" Bordeaux Rosé; $20
2007 Rosé; $15
2007 Rosé; $27
Casa Nuestra Winery's 2007 Rosado St. Helena Estate
Iron Horse Vineyards' 2006 Rosé de Pinot Noir
Tablas Creek Vineyard's 2007 Rosé


Current Top 10 Rosés
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