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BBaF Podcast Episode 22: Rosé All Day

Tomorrow is National Rosé Day, yes, it’s an actual day, and not just a lifestyle, thankyouverymuch. I thought we’d get into the spirit by diving into this pink summer fave on the podcast. The thousand years of history, the French Riviera glamour, the highs, and the lows lows (blush wine, anyone?) This wine is a […]

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Wine Tasting Adventure: Archery Summit

Archery Summit is a producer of amazing Pinot Noirs that truly reflect the area that the grapes are grown in. The focus for this winery is estate Pinot Noirs primarily, but I fell in love with the 2013 Vireton Pinot Gris and the 2014 Vireton Pinot Noir Rosé. Perfect for any occasion and delicious, these are an excellent addition to any wine collection. Cheers!

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The Frugal Wine Gal: Gilbert Cellars Rosé

Gilbert Cellars is a winery in Yakima, Washington producing some amazing varietals. The 2014 Rosé is a blend of 58% Mourvedre and 42% Grenache, and truly represents how delicious wines from this region can be. Cheers to delicious wine!

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The Frugal Wine Gal: Anne Amie Pinot Gris

Anne Amie is a winery located just outside Carlton, Oregon. Try the 2014 Pinot Gris, and 2014 Rosé of Pinot Gris from Huntington Hill. They were both distinctly different, but delicious! Stop by their tasting room for yourself to see some amazing views AND wines! Cheers!

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New Winery Alert! Cória Estates

Cória Estates is a new winery south of Salem. They grow all of their own grapes on their vast 90 acre estate. Their estate grown Pinot Gris, Rosé of Pinot Noir, and Pinot Noir are not only delicious but so affordable. Cheers!

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Wine Down Eugene

There is a plethora of pink being produced in the Northwest these days, and it’s funny because you only have to go back five or six years and a dry rosé was fairly rare around these parts. However in a very short time pink wine has become a staple of many if not most of the best wineries in Oregon and Washington. And we’re the beneficiaries.

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