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Dry Rosé | 2015

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The Dry Rosé category featured 20 Texas wines (from 15 producers and 6 single vineyards) that came from grapes sourced from across the state; Ten (50%) were appellated Texas, Four (20%) from the Texas Hill Country and Six (30%) from the Texas High Plains.  The average prices of the wines submitted was $17, which ranged from $11 to $30 and included the following: 1 from 2013, and 19 from 2014.

The Top 3 Rated Dry Rosés:

  1. Brennan Vineyards, Texas (Comanche County),Mourvèdre Rosé, 2014- Highly Recommended – $20
  2. Calais Winery, Texas,‘La Cuvée De Gaston’ (Mourvèdre based rosé) 2014 – Recommended – $30
  3. Lewis Wines, Texas Hill Country, Parr Vineyards, Mourvèdre Rosé, 2014 – Recommended – $30

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