CRAFT by Under My Host® Issue No. 17 Made in America: Part II - Page 30

W W W. C R A F T BY U M H . C O M In Dandy Rosé ($20), Dandy Pink found- er and winemaker Rae Wilson melds Provençal style with Lone Star State ter- roir. Made with 100% Texas-grown grapes (Mourvèdre, Cinsault, Grenache, and Carignan), this low-sugar, high-acid wine has soft cantaloupe and citrus notes, and a dry, mineral finish. Pair Dandy Rosé with something delicate, like scallop crudo, creamy Kusshi oysters on the half shell, or briny Pepper Grove (Galveston Bay) oysters grilled. If I were the sort of person who expressed herself with emojis, I would convey my love for Scribe Rosé of Pinot Noir ($38) with every pink, happy, fruity character available on my keyboard. Scribe is made with Pinot Noir grapes grown on the Scribe Estate in Sonoma, California. The fruit is whole cluster, direct pressed, and cold fermented in stainless steel, resulting in a perfumed strawberry-red apple elixir that, although still, has a vibrant, almost effervescent quality. IN THE PINK BY CORI PAIGE Onward (Napa, California strong is one of the most the pleasure of speaking winemaking, grapes, and sively with a fifth-generat is palpable and her pass opened my bottle of On Rosé of Pinot Noir ($30), I to taste something speci Onward Pét-Nat is ethere or cotton candy clouds i tight bubbles and sour ap out the sugar. I want c ROSÉ IS A 24/7/365 WINE, BUT A CHILLY GLAS ALWAYS) ARE BRIGHT, FRUITY, D-D-DRY, AND E THING FROM RAW FISH TO GRILLED RED MEAT. BUT IF YOU’RE ONE OF THE STUBBORN HO