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10 California Rosés You've Been Waiting For

New reviews of diverse pinks made from Pinot Noir, Zinfandel and more
Sara Sanger
Pedroncelli makes its dry rosé from Zinfandel in Sonoma's Dry Creek Valley.
Aaron Romano
Posted: April 2, 2018

The first day of spring may have come and gone, but much of the U.S. is wondering when it will start feeling like it. Sunshine means rosé weather, and this week's selection offers a mix of diverse California wines to stockpile for (hopefully soon-to-come) warmer days ahead. Get the scores and tasting notes!

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