My husband says our Rose choice is wet, cold and drinks well! I think he’s right! What does it matter if we enjoy it in a wine glass or a small soup bowl??Scarpetta Timido Brut Rose Sixth Edition (Non Vintage). Yeasty, dark cherries and berries with a hint of peach. Heavier than a rose from Provence and with a bit of dry tannin. The wine held up well to our Asian dinner of Razor Clams, Peppered Lobster and Fish Soup. All these dishes were a bit spicy. A little more sweetness in the wine would have been good, but that is a my pairing problem and not the fault of the wine. Sometimes it’s just what wine you have available in the fridge. Our waitress eventually brought wine glasses, but soup cups worked just as well while we waited. She eventually decided to try a taste of the Rose herself. She looked around for a glass and then picked up a small soup bowl from another clean table. We may have started a trend.