Lawson’s Dry Hills Pinot Rosé

Too many rosés are simply an excuse to bulk-up a pinot, making dedicated examples like this all the more impressive. Low yielding, early picked pinot lends a medium pink hue and sweet, generous aromas of ripe strawberries and juicy red cherries. The palate is a refreshing counterpoint, with tangy and lively red fruits, a well-played acid line, good texture and just the right amount of tension on an almost dry finish. $18 at Cracka and Emptyglass.