Pale Provençal pinks hold the spotlight, but why not explore rosé’s many other flavors this summer?

When Americans look at a bottle of rosé, they expect it to be pale pink, with that mix of peach and apricot flavors and hint of citrus that has defined the Provençal style. But rosé offers a plethora of diversity for all occasions. (Brian Love)
From the Jul 31, 2021, issue

While rosé has become popular among many American consumers, they often stick to the pale pink, Provençal bottlings that proliferate the U.S. market. But rosés come in many shapes and sizes that can and be should be enjoyed year-round in a variety of occasions. Get tasting notes and scores on top still and sparkling bottlings from around the world

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