Dry rose is one of the few wines that's best well-chilled. Tasters will experience aromas of wild strawberries and possibly watermelon. Though bone dry, the wine's fruit will trick you into thinking it has a trace of sweetness accompanied by bright red berry flavors. Fresh, light and quaffable, rose will match with most any food, from salad to seafood to grilled burgers and meats. Avoid serving it with dessert. You can go ahead and break out the sweet wine with that.