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America Says ‘Rosé’ With a Provençal Accent

America Says ‘Rosé’ With a Provençal Accent

As anyone who has scrolled through Instagram in the past six months can attest, rosé is having a moment. And unlike other seasonal trends (culotte jumpsuits, we hardly knew ye), this one has serious staying power. In the last year Americans’ rosé consumption grew 53 percent by volume to $258 million, according to Nielsen data […]

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10 Perfect Provence Rosé and Fall Food Pairings [INFOGRAPHIC]

10 Perfect Provence Rosé and Fall Food Pairings [INFOGRAPHIC]

Seasons may change but what’s in your glass doesn’t have to. Rosé (especially those pale-pink beauties from Provence) is the perfect wine to pair with your favorite fall dishes because it’s dry, light, and vibrant like no other wine. Whether you choose a wine from Côtes de Provence, Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence or Coteaux Varois en Provence, you’re […]

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35 Reasons to Drink Rosé in Fall

35 Reasons to Drink Rosé in Fall

Whoever said rosé needs to stay in summer is just jealous. Rosé is a drink that, like you, has no boundaries. We can’t get enough of rosé from Provence, with its gorgeous light color, versatile flavor profile, and clean finish. We’re not alone, either. This October, restaurants in New York City and San Francisco are […]

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13 Things You Didn’t Know About Provençal Rosé

13 Things You Didn’t Know About Provençal Rosé

Rosé is incredibly easy to drink. Not to suggest it is uncomplicated—there are complexities within the subtleties—but we could easily knock back a glass in less than 5 minutes. But before we all get to our seasonal pink wine chugging, we figured we should investigate rosé a little bit—specifically one of the most famous rosé-producing […]

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Can You Age Rosé?

Can You Age Rosé?

We can’t totally count on continuity of climate these days, but basically, when it gets even a little bit warm, you’re bound to see a few bottles—then a full-on garden blossoming—of rosé at your local liquor store. The idea, as with Mallomars and (theoretically) oysters: it’s a seasonal treat, meant to be consumed with a lazier […]

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The Mistral – It Ain’t Just Some Silly Breeze – It’s What Makes French Wine Awesome

The Mistral – It Ain’t Just Some Silly Breeze – It’s What Makes French Wine Awesome

Much has been made about the mythic wind of France known as the Mistral, so often cited as the reason many French wines are so delicious. Like most people, we idealize this wind as more of a breeze, something that lightly flutters the vines, while softly blowing through the vineyard. But a light breeze the Mistral […]

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Get Acquainted With 4 Rosés From 4 Different Countries

Get Acquainted With 4 Rosés From 4 Different Countries

Rosé, the official wine of summer. This delicious beverage has gotten more and more popular as the years have gone by, with wine shops and restaurants touting the pink juice as soon as the air starts to turn warm and the days become long. Unfortunately, with all our touting of rosé, we actually do the […]

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