The warm days of summer are made for enjoying the fresh and vibrant flavors of rosé. The wines make excellent apertifs, low in alcohol yet full of flavor. With quality on the upswing across the globe, and exports booming from Provence—the historic heartland of rosé production—there's never been a more diverse pool of pinks to choose from. So we bring you the top-rated rosés from Wine Spectator editors' most recent tastings.
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