Calling Blushing Beaver "food-friendly" is sort of like calling ketchup "burger-friendly," but in this case, it's not totally wrong. Blushing Beaver falls in between the extremes of red and white - less intense than a big, tannic, mouth-busting red, but with more depth than a super-light white. Just make sure you give it time to chill before drinking (like you would with a white wine). It's the perfect barbecue wine, the perfect beach wine, and the perfect picnic wine, but it's also the perfect sitting-around-watching-TV wine.
* Peach, salmon, and pink
* Red fruit and floral aromas dominate the nose
* Wild straw-berry rhubarb coats the palate