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11 delicious NW rosés for Thanksgiving
One of our favorite wine trends going on in the Pacific Northwest is dry rosé.
Dozens of examples of pink wines at 1 percent residual sugar and below are crafted across the Northwest, and they are going to be absolutely delicious with your Thanksgiving meal.
Rosés for Thanksgiving. Mmm. They’re dry, they’re crisp, they’re bursting with flavor. They will be among the most versatile wines on your table. We’ve come up with 11 great examples we’ve tasted recently. Click that little arrow above to move through and see the wines we’ve selected for you.