“I just see it as a style that works for the climate,” she said. “I don’t see it as a trend as much as something that just matches up with where you live and what you want to eat and drink.
The wine is as happy as the name suggests.
“This little pink gem is a dandy indeed, and proof of why there should be more sommeliers in winemaking.”
Promoting Texas-grown grapes is at the top of her list and she walks the walk by producing a dry French-style rosé called Dandy Rosé.