With almost 30 pink wines to choose from, no one can possibly rain on 
Campanile's
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Ros? Parade.

For the last five years, the La Brea Restaurant has offered the city's 
largest selection of ros?s by the glass, and it's available now through 
September.

Thoughts turn to barbecue and picnic food this time of year, and 
Campanile's menu is no exception. You'll start to see dishes like a mini 
croque monsieur or salmon confit salad on the menu, which work well with 
low-alcohol, fruity, chilled ros?s.

Wine director Taylor Parsons' Ros? Parade list spans both the New and Old 
World, but you'll find more from Europe: delicate, salmon-colored ros?s 
from Southern France, vintage Tempranillo wines from Rioja, and a deeply 
hued Cabernet Franc from Western Slovenia.

Some standouts include the delicate Domaine de Fondr?che C?tes de Ventoux 
Ros? L'Instant ($9 a glass), with its subtle hints of strawberry, and the 
Commanderie de Peyrassol C?tes de Provence Ros? ($10 a glass), a richer 
blend of Cinsault, Syrah and Grenache.

Most come from the 2009 harvest, with one exception: the garnet-red, 
complex and concentrated 2008 Chateau de Simone Palette Ros? from 
Aix-en-Provence, which is only available by the bottle ($120).

To taste your way through the menu, flights of three are offered daily 
($18).

Campanile, 624 S. La Brea Ave., Miracle Mile; 323-938-1447 or 
campanilerestaurant.com http://www.campanilerestaurant.com/index.html
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With almost 30 pink wines to choose from, no one can possibly rain on Campanile's Rosé Parade.

For the last five years, the La Brea Restaurant has offered the city's largest selection of rosés by the glass, and it's available now through September.

Thoughts turn to barbecue and picnic food this time of year, and Campanile's menu is no exception. You'll start to see dishes like a mini croque monsieur or salmon confit salad on the menu, which work well with low-alcohol, fruity, chilled rosés.

Wine director Taylor Parsons' Rosé Parade list spans both the New and Old World, but you'll find more from Europe: delicate, salmon-colored rosés from Southern France, vintage Tempranillo wines from Rioja, and a deeply hued Cabernet Franc from Western Slovenia.

Some standouts include the delicate Domaine de Fondrèche Côtes de Ventoux Rosé L'Instant ($9 a glass), with its subtle hints of strawberry, and the Commanderie de Peyrassol Côtes de Provence Rosé ($10 a glass), a richer blend of Cinsault, Syrah and Grenache.

Most come from the 2009 harvest, with one exception: the garnet-red, complex and concentrated 2008 Chateau de Simone Palette Rosé from Aix-en-Provence, which is only available by the bottle ($120).

To taste your way through the menu, flights of three are offered daily ($18).

Campanile, 624 S. La Brea Ave., Miracle Mile; 323-938-1447 or campanilerestaurant.com
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