Aged Rosés Add Unexpected Complexity to Winter-Weather Pairings

Betsy Andrews

Rosé is a blockbuster among wines. While all U.S. wine sales increased just 1.5 percent between 2015 and 2020, according to IWSR analysts, rosé jumped 115 percent. And that wasn’t just during patio season, when it’s most popular. Sales are increasing year-round. 

For Madeline Maldonado, former beverage director of New York City’s da Toscano, diners’ insatiable interest in rosé presents opportunities for the off-season. “Most of us treat...