I’ll admit to a strong predilection towards rosé from Southern France, particularly the regions of Provence and Bandol. But that doesn’t mean I’m immune to the charms of an Oregon Rosé, especially when it is as delightful as the Spindrift Cellars.
Made from Oregon’s most famous grape, Pinot Noir, the Spindrift Cellars is textbook pleasure in a glass of pink wine: pale and crisp refreshment. If you are with a group and order a bottle on a nice sunny day, you will be ordering a second. (This is what happened with me and a few friends while watching the ferries go by at Place Pigalle in Seattle’s Pike Place Market. Your results may vary, but that would be a shame.)
And if you’re thirsty for more rosé from the Pacific Northwest, I have you covered.Tags: oregon pinot noir, oregon rosé, pike place market, place pigalle, seattle, spindrift cellars