We love rosé. We love its diversity, its complexity, and the infinite combinations of terroir, grape variety, vintage variation and winemaking that we find around the world. Many people think we’re crazy. They see rosé as a pale pink lightly alcoholic swimming pool tipple that somehow tastes better if you’re wearing a bikini. That isn’t what this book is about.
“This book is like opening the door of a room at home that you knew existed, but always kept closed. It is full of interesting gems that we did not know. I loved it and will surely dip into it again and again. I warmly recommend it.”Adam Montefiore
“An outstanding resource, highly readable and engaging.”Susan Manfull, Provencewinezine
“Provence and its pale pink wines define the Rosé category for many consumers, [and] I agree with Gabay that focusing on a pale shade of pink is a waste of time.”Mike Veseth, The Wine Economist
“Elizabeth Gabay and Ben Bernheim write persuasively in their splendid book regarding the influence of site on the rosés from Les Baux de Provence, and their observations also hold true for the reds and whites in my experience.”Michael Apstein, Wine Review Online