The Guigal family has made serious rosé wines since the 1940s, and their Côtes du Rhône Rosé, like all their Côtes du Rhône wines, is humble in name only. The wine bursts with irresistable fresh red fruits, and yet is also long and satisfying. Because of its quality and body, it’s a rosé that you can bring to the table, and do so all year long: itis a rosé that offers both refreshment and pleasure. It pairs well with grilled up some salt-and-pepper halibut steaks and drizzle them with a melted lemon and tarragon butter. Or, for something on the sweeter side, marinate chicken pieces in apricot jam, white wine, garlic and scallions, and then grill to perfection.