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Calling wine 'food-friendly' is an annoying cliché (it's sort of like calling ketchup 'burger-friendly'), but in the case of rosé, it's not totally wrong. These wines are versatile because they fall in between the extremes of red and white — less intense than a big, tannic, mouth-busting red, but with more depth than a super-light white. That happy-medium flavor profile (and the fact that different varietals span a broad spectrum from bright and zippy to darker and meatier) means you can…

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This is the most important question to ask when you buy rosé: Is it DRY? | The Only 8 Things You Need To Know About Rosé Wine

This is the most important question to ask when you buy rosé: Is it DRY?

The most important question to ask when you buy rosé: Is it DRY?

Basil lemonade Rosé wine cocktail - use Márques de Cáceres Rosé for this light and refreshing sipper!

A light and refreshing sip

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Frosé all day! Is it really summer without a frozen drink or two? Chill out with friends and this refreshing treat by blending rosé and Ficodindia E Arancia with ice. Made with real fruit juice from sun-ripened citrus, Sanpellegrino Sparkling Fruit Beverages are the go-to drink of summer. Under 21? Leave out the wine!

Frosé all day! Is it really summer without a frozen drink or two? Chill out with friends and this refreshing treat by blending rosé and Ficodindia E Arancia with ice. Made with real fruit juice from sun-ripened citrus, Sanpellegrino Sparkling Fruit Bevera

Rosés are usually a bargain, especially compared with red wines. These wines are young (vs. matured for a long time) and relatively cheap to make. They're also still underappreciated/undervalued in the U.S., which explains why French rosé is affordable despite the fact that most French imports are pretty pricey for American consumers. You'll have plenty of good options in the $10–$15 range (or less, if you shop at Trader Joe's). And even if you want to splurge on the top of the line, you're…

The Only 8 Things You Need To Know About Rosé Wine

Rosés are usually a bargain, especially compared with red wines. These wines are young (vs. matured for a long time) and relatively cheap to make. They're also still underappreciated/undervalued in the U.S., which explains why French rosé is affordable despite the fact that most French imports are pretty pricey for American consumers. You'll have plenty of good options in the $10–$15 range (or less, if you shop at Trader Joe's). And even if you want to splurge on the top of the line, you're…

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