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I was first introduced to Rosé wine many years ago when I attended a “pink” party. The hostess had a penchant for this hue and she recommend that all the guests — men and women alike — wear pink. Upon arrival I noted that all the guests where appropriately attired and the snacks were also pink — think strawberries, watermelon, pink frosted cupcakes, pink sprinkled cookies, and pink candy galore. The alcohol was Rosé wine and it was delicious.
Rosés can vary greatly in taste, but these wines are categorized this way because they’re somewhere between red and white on the color spectrum. Unlike some red wines which ferment for weeks at a time to get their color, rosé wines are stained
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