If you think "pink wine" is for those who don't know anything but white zinfandel, think again. Rosé has slyly made a comeback over the last few years and has found a proper place once again with the wine authorities of the world.
Many rosés today, whether from France, Spain, Australia, California or South Africa (and beyond), tend to lean toward a dry, crisp palate.
It's one of the best wines to drink during spring and summer due to its crisp freshness. And, because a chilled glass of rosé pairs so well with a variety of food, from Mexican to Thai, French to Indian, and Italian to Spanish, you can actually drink it throughout the year. However served, it's almost certain that these dishes, when paired with rosé, will enhance your dining pleasure.
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