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There's a pink wine for every personality type. Here's a guide to seven kinds of rosé from around the world.

F&W Editors
February 12, 2016

Provence Rosé
Classy and classic. You drink Domaine Ott while you lounge on your yacht.

White Zinfandel
Unpretentious. You don't care about status—just enjoyment.

Rosé Champagne
Exceptionally fancy. You're not afraid to spend $$$ on a really amazing wine (like Taittinger's 2006 Comtes de Champagne Rosé).

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Spanish Sparkling Rosado
Elegant, but practical. You appreciate quality, but always have an eye out for a smart buy (like Raventos i Blanc's de Nit).

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Txakoli Rosado
Funky and trendy. You're a little esoteric, like Ametzoi's Rubentis, which only makes other insiders love you more.

Cerasuolo d'Abruzzo
Dark and intense. You appreciate substance, even when you drink pink.

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American Pinot Noir Rosé
Sunny and fun. You pack a mean wine country picnic with a cooler stocked with bottles from California and Oregon.

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