Gail Appleson of the St. Louis Post Dispatch sought out our very own certified specialist of wine for her latest installment of “Wine Finds.” Appleson wrote:
Because of the ample selection, I asked Peter Glarner, director of the wine department at Straub’s Market, 211 West Lockwood Avenue in Webster Groves, to point out some that were different in style. I chose the Las Rocas 2012 Rosado from Spain’s Calatayud Denominación de Origen (DO), located in the southwestern corner of the province of Zaragoza. It was priced at $12.49. For comparison, I bought the Elyse 2012 Rosé from California, priced at $15.49.
Read the full piece on dry rosés at STLToday.com.
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