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Wine, etc.: Try these 20 great rosés from France and the West Coast

Capital Gazette

May 29, 2018

By Tom Marquardt and Patrick Darr 

Inman Endless Crush Rosé of Pinot Noir 2017 ($38). Instead of using free-run juice from a pinot noir, as most winemakers do, Kathy Inman uses the entire juice from the pinot grapes to get more complexity and structure. One of the most expensive rosés we've tasted, it shows complexity we can't find in the cheaper wines. We love this rosé year after year despite its price. Crisp acidity, watermelon and strawberry flavors with a dash of citrus and mineral.