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Whether called rosé, rosado (Spain), rosato (Italy) or "blush" it is a pink wine. Rosés can be made in a sweet, off-dry, or bone dry style, with most European rosés being decidedly dry. The flavors of rosé wines tend to be more subtle versions of their red counterparts: strawberry, cherry, and raspberry with some citrus and watermelon.
PAIRS WITH chicken, fish, shellfish, vegetarian dishes and spicy foods.
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