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The Rosé Roundup of 2015 – Part 1

International demand for pink wines shows no sign of abating; if anything, it’s now a year-round thirst. Long-time Rosé aficionados know that these wines aren’t just for warm-weather drinking, given their flexibility at the table and their deliciousness on their own.


La Festa del Barolo 2015

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Pascucci al Porticciolo, Fiumicino

The one star Michelin Pascucci al Porticciolo is considered the Eternal City’s best seafood restaurant. It’s truly a husband and wife show, with Chef-owner Gianfranco Pascucci as the creative force, and wife Vanessa running the busy dining room.


Bâtard, New York

Foie gras sized

Loulay, Seattle

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Rock Creek Seafood & Spirits, Seattle


Bofinger, Paris

Vinous Favorites

2014 Château Vignelaure Coteaux d’Aix en Provence Rosé ($23) 90 points

2014 Château Vignelaure Coteaux d’Aix en Provence Rosé, 90 points

With the heft to serve alongside strongly flavored dishes and the vivacity to enjoy by itself, Château Vignelaure’s 2014 Rosé is Provence in a glass. Perfumed, subtly mineral and offering an array of red fruit, citrus and floral qualities, this will be a superb drink for the spring and summer. (JR)


Cellar Favorites

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1979 Giovannini Moresco Barbaresco Podere del Pajorè

Giovannini Moresco’s 1979 Barbaresco Podere del Pajorè opens a door to a long-forgotten time in Piedmontese history...

1999 Comte Georges de Vogüé Musigny Vieilles Vignes

Giuseppe Mascarello & Figlio 1989 Barolo Monprivato

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