Dry rosé: rich and refreshing

Crisp, pink wine that combines the rich fruit of red wine with the refreshing, low-tannin nature of white ―not to be confused with white Zinfandel

Dry rose: rich and refreshing
Photo: James Carrier

Swirl and taste: Strawberries, cherries, citrus, flowers, herbs, and spices.

Find your style: Dry rosés made from Pinot Noir (often called vin gris) have delicate red fruit and warm spices; those from Syrah and Grenache (traditional in France) come with wilder berries and herbs; rosés made from Merlot are darker and heavier.

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