Shades of Rose Wine

PRETTY IN PINK
NORTH
CAROLINA

ROSE'S FOR SUMMER SIPPIN'

It's officially the most magical time of the year: rosé season. We'll be sipping our favorite North Carolina pink wines all summer long to celebrate the warmer weather from day to night. And, since we know our readers are constantly on the hunt for the most delicious, all-day rosé for summer, we want to round up a few North Carolina blushing bottles to add to their must-drink list in honor of the season.

CHILDRESS VINEYARDS

LEXINGTON, NC

MUSCADINE BURST

Q&A with Elizabeth Brown, Marketing Director

 

How is Muscadine Burst made, and what makes it unique?

Fruity, fizzy, and fun on the tongue, Muscadine Burst was the first of its kind. A blend of Carlos and Noble grapes creates this effervescent Muscadine wine. Winemaker Mark Friszolowski uses a carbonation method to make this slightly bubbled sweet southern sipper. 

 

What food would you pair this wine with? 

Pair Muscadine Burst with smoked beef brisket tacos topped with cilantro, roasted corn salsa, and a drizzle of creamy chipotle sauce.

 

The best place to sip Muscadine Burst?

In a rocking chair on the front porch after a long day.

 

What is the song playing in the background?

Slow Down Summer - Thomas Rhett

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