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Floral, sunny rosé fights back winter's chill

Several years ago, the sky ablaze with early-evening sunlight, a formidable selection of rosé bottles in front of me, I thought, “Maybe this time it’s for real.” That summer event was designed to promote rosé drinking, to impress upon people that there was nothing wrong with enjoying a glass of...
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