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By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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Wine Intel

Timeline: A History of Rosé in the U.S.A.

Rosé

Here, 5 key milestones for pink wine.

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Expert Guide

How Rosé Wine is Made

Rosé

Almost every wine region in the world makes rosé—and not one uses pink grapes. 

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Expert Guide

3 Fantastic Rosés Under $20

2013 Ameztoi Rubentis Txakolina

Sommelier Theresa Paopao of Boston’s Ribelle is rosé-obsessed: She has 15 on her list. Here, she recommends three, from light to bold.

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The Usual

A Totally Crushable Bottle of Sparkling Rosé

Chef Jamie Bissonnette, who splits his time between Boston’s Coppa and Toro and NYC’s Toro outpost, can’t get enough of Louis de Grenelle’s crisp, dry NV Saumur Corail Brut Rosé.

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Cheap Wine Challenge

A Winemaker’s Secret Inexpensive Go-To Sparkler

Nonvintage Sparkling Gruet Rosé

And it’s rosé.

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tasting room

Everything's Coming Up Rosés

Everything Is Coming Up Rosés

Rosés from Provence go well with everything from a Niçoise salad to roast chicken to potato chips—in other words, almost anything. Here are five to keep an eye out for.

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The Food & Wine Diet

Now Is the Time to Pair Spicy Clams with Rosé

Spicy Clams with Rosé

Maybe if you drink rosé in February, you can will spring to arrive? That was the theory Kristin Donnelly was operating under when she popped a bottle of pink wine and made these spicy clams.

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Essential Drinking

Toast 2014 With Elegant Pink Cava

Toast 2014 With Elegant Pink Cava: Raventós i Blanc's Sparkling Rosé

Raventós i Blanc's sparkling rosé has a fresh raspberry nose and a floral palate that suggests a very well-made, strawberry-inflected rose soda.

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At-Home Sommelier

Why Sparkling Rosé Pairs with Everything

Chef Ignacio Mattos, left, and wine director Thomas Carter of New York City's Estela.

Estela's Thomas Carter shares fantastic sparkling rosé pairings that show why this style of wine is incredibly versatile and food-friendly. Read more >

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Tasting Room

Affordable Summer Wines: Dry Rosés

Vera Vinho Verde Rosé

Pair with grilled vegetables, turkey burgers, hot dogs and pasta salads.

2012 Vera Vinho Verde Rosé ($11) From a region known for its white wines, this low-alcohol Portuguese rosé (11.5 percent) 
is ultra-tangy—serve it very cold on a hot day.

2012 Barnard Griffin Rosé of Sangiovese ($12) Scarlet-hued and full of citrusy acidity, this is a Washington-state interpretation of one of Tuscany’s classic grape varieties.

2012 Librandi Cirò Rosato ($12) Italy’s Librandi has a loyal following for its Cirò red. The rosé version is 
just as appealing, with 
ripe cherry fruit and 
a touch of smokiness.

2012 Penya Rosé ($12) The local wine cooperative in the tiny French village of Cases-de-Pène, about 30 miles north of Spain, makes this watermelon-scented, lively rosé.

2012 Domaine de Malavieille Charmille ($17) Organically grown grapes (mostly Syrah) from southern France’s Pays d’Oc region produce this minerally rosé.

Related: Summer Wines
Summer Wine Tips from Experts
Grilling Wines
Summer Drinks

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