Dandy Rosé, a love letter to Austin

“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.
— Rae Wilson, Austin American Statesman
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Last years Dandy Ros� Review
The wine is as happy as the name suggests.
— June Rodil in Vogue Magazine
“This little pink gem is a dandy indeed, and proof of why there should be more sommeliers in winemaking.”
— Jessica Dupuy, Texas Monthly, May 2015
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.
— Veronica Meewes, ZAGAT, July 2016