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8 California Rosé Mainstays

'Tis coming up the season to drink pink, and these new reviews are where you should start
Carol Shelton's Wild Thing rosé is much deeper and more extracted than your typical French rosé.
Evi Abeler
Carol Shelton's Wild Thing rosé is much deeper and more extracted than your typical French rosé.
Aaron Romano
Posted: April 15, 2019


For many, rosé represents sunshine in a bottle. The sun is still just shyly peeking through in some parts of the country, but quit looking out the window for a sign and start stocking up on these California rosés already. Get the scores and tasting notes!

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