On a recent trip up to the Finger Lakes I brought back this non vintage Casa Larga NY Dry Rosé.  This rosé had a nice copper salmon color and is made from DeChaunac grapes.

The nose on this wine was clean, crisp and fresh.  The little fruit I detected as hint of cherry.   
The palate had slight hints of cherry with a tart apple finish.  Even though it says the wine is dry I did detect a bit of sweetness.  There was a strong apple aftertaste.  This wine sells in the tasting room for $7.99.
I would give this Rosé a W on the WOW meter.