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    Made from regional red grapes
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In the Media

  • 02 Mar

    PROVENCE IN THE CITY: MY GLASS RUNNETH OVER WITH ROSÉ

    Provence WineZine

    Last Monday, I attended the eighth annual “Provence in the City” rosé tasting. Located in various metropolitan centers across the country each year, I went to the event in Boston. About 35 people (including moi) attended a MasterClass and tasting and, later, about 100 people (including moi) attended the Walk-Around tasting, both events located in the stylish Hotel Commonwealth and Island Creek Oyster Bar.


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    02 Mar

    Provence rosé wines in Chicago - and French cachet for wine-by-the-glass

    Examiner.com

    For a perfect springtime wine, consider the elegance and beauty of the many varieties of dry rosé wine from France. Rosé is becoming a progressively larger percentage of all wines drunk around the world, and especially so in the United States where we've overtaken France as the number one (by volume, though not per capita) wine-drinking country in the world.


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    24 Feb

    20 Rosés Under $20 to Drink Right Now

    The Kitchn

    We’re living in a rosé world, and while that means drinking pink is more exciting than ever, it’s also more overwhelming to navigate the myriad bottles. We asked the pros to pick delicious and affordable bottles to buy and drink right now (and we included a few of our favorites as well).


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    22 Feb

    Wines of Provence Releases US Sales Figures for Rosé

    PR Newswire

    Wines of Provence announced that for the 12th straight year, exports of rosé wines from Provence to the United States have grown by double digits.


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  • 11 Feb

    What To Drink Now: Valentine’s Day Roses, Rosé and Cocktails

    D Magazine - Side Dish Blog

    If you are looking for a tasty way to toast the one you love this Valentine’s Day look no further than one of these delicious options guaranteed to ensure your celebration is filled with romance. Valentine’s Day is all about pink and red, roses and Rosé, and luckily there are both still and sparkling wine options that will pair perfectly.


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    10 Feb

    Versatile Rosé, the Wine of the Future for Collectors and Wine Lovers: It’s Not Just for Summer Nights Anymore

    Vinfolio

    When asked about the future of rosé wine, Chez Lavinia owner Virginie Morvan said, “There’s a real change in the thinking about rosé. It used to be for the barbecue or on the ‘terrasse’ or for the holidays and festivals in the sun. But now, winegrowers are investing in making wine that can be drunk at the table, even with meat, and these are wines that are full-bodied.”


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    09 Feb

    17 Bottles of Rosé to Celebrate Valentine's Day

    My Domaine

    While some people think rosé, a light fruity pink wine, should only be sipped during the summer, I happen to be such a fan of the refreshing juice that I consume it year-round. You can bet a few bottles of rosé will be on my Valentine’s Day table, because what better time to down a few glasses of pretty pink wine than Valentine’s Day—a holiday devoted to all things pretty and pink?


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    08 Feb

    25 Classic Valentine’s Day Gifts: Stunning Flowers, Rosé, Chocolates, and More

    Vogue

    Valentine’s Day: Never has a holiday devoted to love been so fraught with potential land mines. Even with a dreamy dinner date and plum reservation, questions remain—flowers or chocolates? Candles and red or rosé wine?


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