Thursday, June 3, 2021

Rosé All Day....

Contrary to popular belief, rosé isn't just a sweet wine. Depending on which type of red grapes are used, it can be on the fruity or dry side. 

As for food pairing, rosé holds up to savory, rich dishes as well as light and fruity flavors.

It pairs perfectly with mini pepperoni pizza bites for happy hour! 

And what about these adorable napkins??

Here are a few Rosés that I have enjoyed:

If you would like to try FROSÉ, here is a great recipe:

 Stop back on Saturday to see how easy it is to paint wine glasses!
Patti @ Pandoras Box
Patti @ Pandoras Box

I live in central NY and I am a retired family and consumer science teacher. I enjoy all types of crafting, decorating and cooking


  1. Sounds delish and I can't wait to see how you painted those glasses!

  2. Yes, please! Summer before last we explored a rose wine at all of the wineries we visited and I have decided that I like them a lot. The plus is that they are usually served chilled and are less pricey than their full-bodied counterparts. In particular I love Montepulciano and Syrah rose wines. Cheers!

  3. I used to love Rose, but haven't had it in a long time, must get some! Your vignettes are adorable, love the napkins and was wondering if you painted the glasses, so cute!

  4. The glasses are so, so cute! I *heart* them! I rarely drink, but a frose would probably be nice on a hot summer's day!

  5. Such cute glasses and thise darling napkins. Rose is such a nice fruity wine, perfect for summer. Enjoy your weekend Patti.