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Rosé wasn’t always popular. Learn about the history of everyone’s favorite summer wine and how to pick a bottle without breaking the bank.
Rosé wasn’t always popular. Learn about the history of everyone’s favorite summer wine and whether the trend will continue.
We wonder if it tastes different if you eat it in the Hamptons ...
We will never tire of rosé. And that’s a good thing, because we just discovered the most refreshing way to drink it. Our
Summertime means lazy weekends at the beach or the park, easygoing barbecues with friends and staying cool through it all with that perfect, ultra-refreshing libation, rosé. Find out how it's made, plus a few more fun facts about our favorite pink drink.
You might know Drew Barrymore for her decades of work in front of the camera, but behind the scenes Barrymore is also hoping to become known for something else: wine.
Jo Lambert is the reason to see New York Animals, the Steven Sater play, at New Ohio Theatre, with songs by Burt Bacharach and Slater. I'm not convinced, however, that it's a good enough reason.
Skip the florist run and pick up a three-dollar bottle of rosewater extract instead, and from there your pantry will do the rest!
Today's good pinks are crisp, dry, and brimming with lively red fruit and citrus.