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2014 PROVENCE ROSÉS

I recently attended a trade tasting sponsored by the Provence Wine Council. (To read an introductory 2014 rose article on The Provence Wine Council and Provence Rosés and their phenomenal growth in the US  click here). At the trade tasting in Los Angeles, there were 27 producers represented pouring 69 different wines with the great […]

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ROSÉ TIME?

Well I guess that depends. For me, almost any time I have lighter foods is Rosé time. For others, it may depend on the weather. But, this year, for those of us in the USA, the weather is literally all over the map – freezing in the East, drought and mostly warm in the West […]

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FOR THE LOVE OF ROSÉS

WHY, WHEN, AND HOW TO BUY THEM & DRINK THEM Recently I published my first article on the 2013 rosés (to read that article click here). And, more reviews of 2013 rosés will be forthcoming as I have been tasting and drinking a lot of them over the last few months. There is no question […]

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UNDER THE RADAR & VALUE PRICED ROSÉS AND WHITE WINES

My last Distinctive New Wines article featured rosé and white wines (to read that article click here). As the end of summer approaches, here are more rosé and white wine selections that are perfect for warm weather drinking. There are many Under The Radar wines and many terrific values. There are also rare wines and […]

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ATTENTION COSTCO WINE SHOPPERS: WHEN IS A ROSÉ NOT A ROSÉ?

Can you answer this question? Before you open a bottle and smell and taste a rosé, let’s see the number of possible answers that might cause you to think the wine is NOT a rosé: The wine is not pale pink to light/medium/dark red in color. The wine is not made from red grapes. The […]

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