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Photographer Ben Watts Debuts His Own Rosé

Spanish wine, the must-have for the summer of '13
Jun 4, 2013 3:02 pm

What happens when a famed NYC photographer with a constant thirst for rosé meets up with a cool wine distributor (via social media, naturally)? Quite possibly, the go-to beverage for hot summer nights. Especially for those hangin' poolside in the Hamptons. 

Around The World In 8 Rosés

Why you should be thinking and drinking pink
May 7, 2013 2:02 pm

The warmer weather brings with it singing birds, blooming buds and an undisputable hankering for pink wine. It’s hard to believe rosés once had a stigma. Nowadays, they’re pretty much a given in the summertime. And why not? Here are 8 to try right now.

Rosés Are Great In Summer, But Oh Those Pink Labels!

Frilly labels give good rosés a bad (w)rap
Jul 12, 2012 5:01 pm

There's nothing wrong with drinking pink wine. Summertime has us guzzling down plenty in the form of rosés and its sparkling counterparts. But the label snobs in us can't swallow it when some look as though they're being targeted primarily for women. Do you agree?

Rosé Port: Real Men Drink Pink

What you need to know about rosé port (& 2 Recipes)
Apr 11, 2012 5:01 pm
Pink port

One port wine house recently decided to blow some of the dust off the old port category by breathing some new life into it — specifically, a new type of port: rosé.

Real Men Drink Pink

Sipping rosé wine shows true grit
Jun 7, 2011 3:01 pm
E. Guigal Côtes du Rhône 2009 Rosé

When offered a beer it takes courage for guys to choose a glass of wine instead, and even more strength for said guy to accept a glass of pink wine. Too often pink is associated with the sugar-laden sips of White Zinfandel, but the world of pink wine, rosé to be specific, is full of pretty pink pours that are anything but girly. Like all wines, rosé comes in...

5 Environmentally Friendly Wines

Eco-wines are not just for Earth Day
Apr 24, 2011 11:36 am
Photo: dklimke on Flickr

In the wake of Earth Day, we are still thinking about eco-drinking here at Food Republic. So we turned to Scott Pactor, owner of NYC's Appellation Wine and Spirits, where he focuses on biodynamic, organic and/or sustainably made wines,...

Faking My Way Through a Champagne Tasting

Tasting vintage Moët & Chandon with the winemaker
Apr 5, 2011 11:02 am
Chef de Cave Benoît Gouez of Moët & Chandon

At the intersection of Pico Boulevard and the edge of the Pacific Ocean sits two swanky hotels side-by-side. It’s a beautiful area. One I like to visit often.

The hotel to the south of Pico, Casa Del Mar, houses a spacious, chic but relaxed 1920s-style bar that is the natural habitat to one of the largest and most rapacious cougar populations in the western...

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