With winning styles from all over the world, pink wines are more popular, and more diverse, than ever. Southern France is the historical epicenter of rosé production, with Provence leading the way, but many wine lovers in the U.S. came to blush by way of California, via the off-dry white Zinfandel craze of the eighties. Rosé styles in the U.S. have vastly changed since then, with excellent dry versions coming from California, Oregon and beyond. In fact, you can find high-quality rosé around the world, from Australia to Washington and just about every winegrowing region in between. Which part of the globe is your favorite for drinking pink?
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