Pair With Pear
In a Valley of Pears, one grape rises above the rest.
Being a grape in a valley of pears can't be easy. We don't know exactly what it's like because, well, we're not grapes, but think about it: one valley dominated by one fruit, and you're an outcast weighing in at a fraction of the size? Must be difficult.
But then once you mature, and realize your full grape potential, the people of Pear Valley realize what you can become. They pluck you out of the pack and feature you in their Rose wine. They surround you with aromas of strawberry-watermelon, cranberry preserves, and a light spice to accentuate your outstanding grape qualities. And suddenly you're more than just a lonely grape. You're a wine star!
Actually, come to think of it, the more we taste this Pear Valley Paso Robles Rose and realize how amazing these grapes are and how much attention we're giving them, we can't help but feel a bit sorry for the pears. Poor pears.