Taste of Vail events teach that rose wine is more complex than expected

2nd April, 2016 by

By Krista Driscoll

Editor’s note: Associated Press style has us leave out the accent mark on rose, the wine. So while it seems to read like the well-known flower, read it here as it is pronounced in French, like “rose-a.” Visit this story at www.vaildaily.com to read more about the wines featured at the “Wake Up and Smell the Rose” breakfast pairing event with Chateau D’ Esclans Roses.Speaking of being lost in translation, rose wine is just recently recovering from its negative association with white zinfandel — a generally sweet and inexpensive pink wine made popular in America in the ’70s and ’80s. …

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