Stuck in the “what wine should we have for Easter” conundrum? How about a Rosé? Rosé wines are remarkably versatile because they fall in between the extremes of red and white — less intense than a big, tannic red but with more depth and character than a light white. And don’t let the pink color fool you – Rosés are NOT sweet. Choose one from the Provence area of France and they are particularly dry with nice minerality. A little chill makes them perfect warm weather sippers and they pair well with most items on your Easter Dinner menu.