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Wines that worked with grilled cheese
Wines that worked with grilled cheese

The wines that came to the grilled cheese party: 2013 Dragonette Cellars Rosé "Happy Canyon of Santa Barbara" ($22) Inspired by Bandol rosés, Dragonette's rosé is now so popular it is allocated. One reason may be the meticulous vineyard management: Grapes are grown specifically for the rosé. Scented with white peaches and apricot and made from a blend of mostly Grenache with Mourvèdre and a touch of Syrah, it is the perfect summer — and spring and fall — aperitif wine. And, of course, it's great with appetizers, such as Brandon Sparks-Gills' crostini with goat cheese and Point Reyes Blue, or with a homemade tapenade....

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