Wine School: What You Need to Know About Rosé!

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Today I’m talking about my favorite wine to pair with food: rosé! Rosé is perfect with food because it tastes like a red wine but drinks like a white, making it light enough for many dishes that red wines would overwhelm. You can find rosé wine from all over the world, but one of my favorite regions is Tavel in the Rhone Valley, France.

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