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June 12th, 2014 -

ajc.com – Dry Rosés mark rite of summer in the US

It really doesn’t matter how pink wines are made. What they do to you is the thing. Since they’re usually crisp and clean, they make for great, stand-alone cocktail wines (think bottled air conditioning). On the other hand, since many pink wines gain a little spiciness, a little body and a unique, subtle berry quality from the contact with red grape skins, they can be truly rewarding food wines… Some rosés of cabernet sauvignon are a little too tannic, but the delicious Mulderbosch Cabernet Sauvignon Rosé from South Africa disproves any rule against making pink cabs…

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