Rosé wines have become one of the styles that young Hungarians enjoy the most. This has led to an overflow of rosé, produced all around the country! Some of those rosés can taste overly fruity, artificial, and not at all food-friendly. Gere’s rosé is the opposite. It has restrained and elegant aromas of cranberry, rose petal, pomegranate, and watermelon, combined with a juicy acidity and a light mouthfeel. This wine feels alive on the palate, with zesty flavors and a light creaminess in the finish. This rosé is a blend of Kékfrankos (Blaufränkisch) and Pinot Noir, sourced from the cooler-climate Siklós and Nagyharsány areas. It was fermented and briefly aged in stainless steel tanks prior to bottling. This is a very food-friendly rosé, with 12.5 percent alcohol. The thought of this wine next to a melon and prosciutto salad just makes us smile. It’s a perfect brunch wine, paired with smoked salmon and cream cheese bagels.