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  • * As she poured the Lebanese wine, first in rosé, later in red, all eyes settled on the English woman in the blue dress seated across from me.

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  • With that, someone popped the cork and, for most, memories of the greedy gavade were washed away, downed with a tricolor of wine, in rosé, rouge and blanc.

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  • Then The New York Times trotted out an article dubbing rosés "The Summer Drink to be Seen With" and rosé's fledgling reputation got dragged across the dance floor.

    Molly Laas: Think Pink For Barefoot Wine Drinking

  • In the meantime, I'm worried about the reputation of the poor, benighted style of wine called rosé.

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  • Côtes de Provence is an AOC (delimited) region in France with a warm Mediterranean climate that seems tailor made for creating the dry, pale pink wine known as rosé that pairs so well with many summer foods.

    A Wine Story

  • Champagne is typically made as a white wine, but pink champagne known as rosé can also be made, usually by adding some red wine, of the same region, at the blending stage.

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  • There was a letter in The Daily Telegraph the other day about an EU ruling to allow red and white wine mixed together to be classified as rosé.

    Whitehaven News headlines

  • It seems to me that so-called rosé wines so completely macerated or extracted that they defy the pleasures we normally associate with such wines - and we see "rosé" made in this fashion from Australia and South America and to some extent from the West Coast of the U.S.

    Bigger Than Your Head

  • Balazs, the proprietor of Sunset Beach as well as the Mercer in Manhattan and Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles, has lent his name to a ros which is available in his hotels from South Beach to Los Angeles.

    For Summer, Think Pink

  • For years the US was awash in a particular kind of rosé wine White Zinfandel that was soft pink, softly flavored, and sweetly innocuous.

    A Rosé That Drinks Like a Red

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