Tag Archives: rosé

Sharon Shim

 If Champagne is the wine of the winter holidays, then rosé is the harbinger of spring. As Eater noted recently, rosé season has sprung, and everyone is in search of the delicious pink nectar. Why are we all so rosé… [Read more…]

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In the spirit of the Olympics, I decided to put together a cheese plate from various lands to see how each paired with the 2011 Château de Ségriès Tavel Rosé. [Read more…]

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A couple nights ago, we ordered in some food here at the office and held a blind tasting of 10 different rosé wines. Sure, you could argue that the extreme heat had prompted us to look into what makes rosés such great summer sippers. But really, we wanted to see how some of the wines that we offer through the site would stack up against some very desirable, highly esteemed and more expensive rosés. And we also wanted to prove to ourselves, in the best way possible (tasting blind), that pink wines are most definitely not all alike, and most certainly cannot be held to a stereotype. [Read more…]

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Sunset on Lembongan Island, Near Bali, Indonesia

While White Zinfandel might not be as trendy today as it was during its cultural heyday in the 1980s, its shadow still looms over the world of rosé. Lots of otherwise rational wine drinkers still avoid pink like the plague,… [Read more…]

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A couple of years ago, I headed to London for a business trip, and was faced with a typical traveller’s predicament: dinner on my own in an unfamiliar part of town. Nearly everything was closed that evening, save for a… [Read more…]

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