Rosé got a bum rap in the United States thanks to the over-the-top success of white Zinfandel in the 1980s. On the sly, California winemakers have been tinkering with tiny batches of dry rosé for more than a decade, mostly for their own amusement and summertime entertaining, and now it looks as if American wine drinkers are no longer turning up their noses.
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