The Mathilde Chapoutier Grand Ferrage 2016 was selected by Joseph Hernandez as a rosé to be drinking this summer!
THROWING A SUMMER PARTY FOR 100 OF YOUR CLOSEST FRIENDS
The guest list started small, but suddenly everyone from your college friends to their friends to the (super-fun) strangers who walked by and heard a party are in your backyard. The good news: Rosé makes wonderful sangria. Snag a few bottles of any of these selections, mix them with gin and ripe berries (or any summer fruit), and you’ll have a seemingly endless supply of party-friendly punch. Or you can jazz your glass up with a shock of soda water and farmers market fruit for a quick, light-as-air spritzer.
Mathilde Chapoutier Grand Ferrage 2016 (Provence, France): Easygoing on the palate, with delicate flavors of peaches and tangerines, this wine is for those who can’t get through Sunday brunch without a mimosa. It’s classic in almost every sense, down to its bright pink hue and pleasing freshness. $18.