Coppola makes a reliable dry rosé you can find just about anywhere and drink with just about anything. On vacation? Spring for the sparkler.
Faith describes Museum Reserva—a perennial favorite of hers—as juicy and sporty (thanks to a joyous bing cherry note) yet, it has an elegance, too. It’s spectacular with food. Think: a cheese plate with Manchego, Jamón ibérico, olive oil, some good bread, or sipped on its own.
At $25, the Yardstick Ruth’s Reach Cabernet Sauvignon is a slightly higher price point than we normally feature on the show for a summer wine, but the price is actually affordable for wines coming out of California’s Napa Valley, and it makes a wonderful host gift.
We loved their celebratory look and light flavor.
Argentina’s Finca el Origen produces a Malbec we love with grilled foods. It is beautiful, elegant, velvety. You’ll get plum, dark berries, and dark cherries when you sip this. And, at $12 a bottle, it’s a steal.
Made in Rioja, Spain, Baron de Ley’s rosé wine (just out!) is dry and fruity with soft tannins. At $12, it’s the perfect wine for summer parties.