Your Guide to Great Summer Wines — Spectacular Sparkling, Rosé, White and Red Picks
Drink the Good Stuff
By James Brock
Paper City Magazine -- July 18, 2020
Summer is fully in swing, and though it will be over before we know it, and will certainly be a, let’s say, unique, season, there is no reason for you to go without wine, especially wines new to you. (It’s always a good idea to buy something unfamiliar to you on a regular basis, while still enjoying your tried-and-true favorites.)
...First, the 2019 Endless Crush Rosé of Pinot Noir, OGV Estate ($38), from Inman Family Wines. Kathleen Inman is the winemaker, and the 10.45-acre Olivet Grange Vineyard is the source of the fruit for this lively and refreshing wine. It’s Inman’s “direct-to-press” Rosé (as opposed to saignée). Subtle wild strawberry notes, pale pink, elegant acidity. Open a bottle at lunch (chicken salad, perhaps) or serve it as a pre-dinner drink...