Grilled shrimp appetizers and Cooper Rose

If you can stop off at the grocery store or fish market on the way home, pick up some jumbo shrimp. They are easy to grill. Just season with your favorite spices, melted butter and parsley and hot sauce, grilling just off the heat.

Tonight's meal began with seasoned jumbo shrimp dipped in butter and parsley. Geena and I each had a small pour of Cooper Vineyards 2012 Roundpen Rosé, Amador County.
Tonight’s meal began with seasoned jumbo shrimp dipped in butter and parsley. Geena and I each had a small pour of Cooper Vineyards 2012 Roundpen Rosé, Amador County.

With that being said, Geena and I had a chance to sit and relax on the patio and split four jumbo shrimp. I seasoned them with a favorite spice blend, added a couple of drops of hot sauce and served a small pour of Cooper Vineyards 2012 Roundpen Rose from Amador County, Sierra Foothills. While many Roses would be wonderful, the Cooper Rose is a refreshing blend made in the French style but look for their latest release.

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