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The Wilder Side of Rosé: New Types of Pink to Drink This Summer

2017
12 May
2017-05-12 00:00:00
2017-05-12 00:00:00


The Wilder Side of Rosé: New Types of Pink to Drink This Summer

Eight rosés robust enough to eat with whatever you'vegot on the grill.

This year’s “drink pink” season, which starts officially on Memorial Dayweekend, is ushering in a host of new trends, making clear we’re nowhere nearpeak rosé yet. Are you rejoicing–or rolling your eyes?

I’m a fan of some, but not all, of the new developments. Rosé from acan?  Well, maybe on a hike up New Hampshire’s Mt. Washington. A 40-ouncebottle of rosé?  If I want to go big, I’d rather splurge on a top-end magnum,which holds even more.


The new trend that really perks me up is the rise of rich, exotic rosés fromunfamiliar and unexpected grapes and lesser-known corners of France, Italy,Spain, and the New World. 
These are the antidotes to pale-tinged, weak-flavored “summer water,” thenew nickname for rosé. They’re for people who want pink wine with muscle.They come with a depth and character ideal for barbecue or grilled steaksunder a sky of stars. They’re not quaffers to knock back all afternoon at thebeach, under a hot sun.
 

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