f you’re looking for a new wine to add to your rotation of all-purpose rosés, try a bottle of Régis Bouvier’s lively, strawberry-scented Marsannay Rosé. It’s Pinot Noir at its most delicate and mouth-watering, and beyond that, it is completely unique in Burgundy, a land renowned first and foremost for great whites and reds.Crisp and dry, yet vinous and mouth-filling, his Marsannay rosé runs the whole gamut of possible pairings. Flawlessly refreshing as an apéritif, it can substitute a Burgundian Chardonnay in virtually any situation. It also stands up to foods that typically demand a red, such as a roast chicken or mixed summer grill. And lastly, it matches beautifully with southeast Asian cuisine, Mediterranean fare, and highly-spiced foods—places where white and red Burgundy dare not venture!