This week on the podcast, we're swinging into spring with two 2017 rosé wines (one is technically a rosado, from Spain) that are made for warm-weather sipping. 

Cork 'n' Bottle's Bob Hemauer joins Lindsay Christians for this week's chat and tasting. We'll talk about several ways rosé is made and why, even though the 2017 white wines have already been out for months, we always get so excited when pink wine season officially rolls around. 

Mentioned on the podcast (prices are approximate; all can usually be found in Madison wine shops): 

2017 Ostatu Rosado, Rioja Alavesa ($14) 

2017 Lioco Indica Rosé of Carignan, Mendocino County ($20)

2017 Red Car Rosé of Pinot Noir, Sonoma County ($21)

2017 Ameztoi Rubentis, Getariako Txakolina ($18)

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Other Cap Times podcasts include the Cost of Opportunity and Cap Times Talks

Since 2008, Lindsay Christians has been writing about fine arts and food for The Capital Times. She loves eating at the bar, going to the theater, fine wine and good stories. She lives on the east side with her husband, two cats and too many cookbooks.