Another day, another trendy rosé, here one of what I'm pretty positive is Pinot Noir from canned wine pioneers Underwood. Bottle: 3.5/5 - I really hate the soda-like chubby 12oz can here, but props for…

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For Day 25, we have a rosé of corvina, rondinella, and molinara I tried at a cute little place called limoncello in St Michaels, MD, with my bff @laurenrittermann. My review might be biased by…

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Today we have this pretty rosé from Arnot-Roberts, a winery in California's North Coast. It's an unusual blend of Grenache, Tempranillo, and Touriga Nacional. Doesn't this just look like the kind of wine that's fermented with…

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To continue my survey of canned rosé, you know, for science, today we have The Drop. I'm not exactly sure what the deal is with the name. Or the lobster on the can? But it's…

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It was sort of inevitable that Apothic would come out with a  rosé, so when I saw this stacked in my local Safeway, I had to grab a bottle. The website is...vague about exactly what's…

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Cans are the new hotness when it comes to alternative wine packaging, so I placed an order with Bottle Rocket Wine & Spirit, a very cool NYC wine shop, to try out a few. First…

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Today we have another Austrian wine to love, the Rosanna rosé from Netzl. I'm a little mad at myself, because they gave their packaging a makeover and I think the new look for their bottles…

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You're probably not drinking enough Beaujolais in general, but you're probably definitely not drinking enough rosé of Gamay from Beaujolais. I've loved the red wines from Chateau Thivin for years, but until now I'd never…

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I love Austrian wine, and I've always had a soft spot for iconic producer Schloss Gobelsburg. In 2014 I spent an idyllic afternoon there, which was only slightly marred by the fact that partway through…

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Most people, when they think of Sancerre, think of bracing, citrusy Sauvignon Blanc, if they think of anything at all. But Sancerre grows a small amount of red wine as well, and the red grape…

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Whenever people ask me what my favorite wine is, I always say, "anything with bubbles." I've learned through this little project that this isn't really true. Case in point, this sparkling rosé made from Pinot…

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Today I thought I'd keep us in Spain with this delicious little Garnacha Rosado from Bagordi. Bottle: 3/5 – Fine, but a little cheap looking and I hate the plastic pink cork! Death to synthetic…

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