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  • It's a pale orange-pink in the glass, and its nose is fairly expressive and fruity with lemony citrus, peaches, and red berries like strawberries and cranberries.

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  • It's a pale orange-pink in the glass, and its nose is fairly expressive and fruity with lemony citrus, peaches, and red berries like strawberries and cranberries.

    Croteaux Vineyards 2007 Merlot "314 Clone" Rose

  • It is a gorgeous orange-pink blend and smells of fresh passion fruit!

    Tea Rose

  • Overhead, the gloomy darkness gave way to sparkling orange-pink flickers.

    Deep Kiss Of Winter

  • It should look like sunset colours – pale orange to dark orange-pink.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • It should look like sunset colours – pale orange to dark orange-pink.

    Take a guess....

  • Next to her, Cocoa was blushing orange-pink as the rhyming tale jogged serenely to comic fruition.

    Kingdoms of Light

  • He looked out the window, seeing the orange-pink smudge beginning to form at the horizon, backlighting the buildings.

    The Bear and the Dragon

  • We watched it creep up the granite slope until the last rays turned the small bits of summer snow orange-pink, then faded.

    Never Come Down

  • Sizzling cane fields lit the sky up orange-pink -- torch parties were a big deal in postBatista Cuba.

    American Tabloid

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