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Rosés That Are Meant to Age

Food & Wine

July 2, 2019

Roger Morris

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Take Kathleen Inman, winemaker and co-owner of Inman Family Wines in Sonoma County, who makes a rosé called “Endless Crush” that she romantically dedicates to her husband. She says, “As it ages, the fruit-forward nature softens, and the more subtle flavors of herbs de Provence and rhubarb come to the fore, while the strawberries and watermelon are secondary. The texture also changes – softer, more velvety.”