Tasting Interesting Rosé
What rosé wines are you sipping this summer?
While a symbol of summer sipping, the variety of styles makes rosé a multifaceted wine to enjoy in the summer months.
The Birth of American Rosé
George West of El Pinal Winery in Lodi, California, made what is documented as the first white Zinfandel in 1869. The viticultural commissioner at the time found the wine impressive and began to advocate for Zinfandel’s use outside of red wine, but for over a century, this pink wine struggled to gain any real traction.
In the 1970s, Bob Trinchero of Sutter Home Winery created white Zinfandel as a byproduct, to concentrate his red Amador County Zinfandel. Trinchero gave his first experiment a nickname of Oeil de Perdrix, which translates from French to “Eye of the Partridge.” This term dates to the Middle Ages in Champagne, where the name was given to pink wines as a reference to the pale pink color of the eye of a partridge struggling in death’s grip. Only at a time as dark as this would a marvelous wine be given such a grave name! Sutter Home Oeil de Perdrix was available only in the winery tasting room for the first year.
Join us to taste eight beautiful wines! Apps will be served.
To purchase tickets click here:
Wine Tasting Events
Check out The Art of Wine Blog to Find Other Learning Opportunities
A Greek Wine Education Class at the Art of Wine Dallas The Art Wine will explore one of the most underexplored regions in the world: Greece. This fun and interactive workshop is intended to entice [...]
Share the Joy of Camp Camp Summit Hosts Wine Tasting Fundraiser Everyone should experience the joy of camp, the freedom of the outdoors, and the opportunity for independence. For people with disabilities, these simple rights [...]
We are excited to introduce beautiful Rosé wines for this summer. List of wines coming soon!
Complete your RSVP @ https://mkt.com/Theartofwinedallas/item/rose-wine-tasting