Their cheery pink hue puts the fridge in a party mood, damn the lack of green vegetables; their flavors are just rich enough with red fruit to take the edge off a cool night while they have the bright, sense-awakening snap of spring’s first sunny days.
Our only complaint is that the least expensive bottle on the list is $14. We think there's got to be a good one for $8 or $10. We've mentioned a Toad Hollow Pinot Noir Rosé (around $10) in this roundup of good spring wines. Who's got another suggestion?
• Read the full article: Eight Great Rosé Wines, from Gourmet
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