|Blush wines range
from those huge jugs of Carlo Rossi, Paul
Masson, and Gallo (which are sweet,
possessed of a disturbing aftertaste or undertone
which suggests something rotten and decaying, and IMHO
entirely undrinkable—have a beer instead) to the
Beringer White Zinfandels of the world. In other
words, the range is from awful to acceptable.
These wines make good picnic fare (burgers and
hot dogs, the same sort of thing you might have a cola
with), but they generally do not go well with dinner,
being too sweet to complement even the spiciest food. If
you drink blush wines, you are better off sticking with
750ml bottles that don't have screwtops. Better yet, try a
Gewurztraminer or Riesling instead.