Ah, rosé season. For many wine lovers, the arrival of the new vintage of pink wine heralds the return of spring.
One of rosé’s many charms is the crisp, perfumed refreshment it delivers on its own, making it a perfect apéritif. But many rosés also deserve a seat at the table, as these dry, vibrant wines are especially versatile with food. In fact, rosé can be a pairing problem-solver: It’s one of the few wines that works with notoriously difficult-to-pair foods such as artichokes and asparagus. Get some of our favorite pairings!
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