Italian Perspective

Alison Napjus asks, have some interpretations of rosé gotten lost along the way?

Italian Perspective
Alison Napjus (Rick Wenner)
Jul 31, 2019

Rosé production is ubiquitous throughout Italy, with vintners eager to define regional styles and share them with a thirsty public. But the success of pale, ballet slipper–pink Provence rosé has led to many copycats. Have other interpretations of rosé gotten lost along the way?

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