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Drinking wine with food is a classic pairing that can be truly exquisite. The right wine can enhance the flavor of the food, and vice versa. For example, a full-bodied red wine can pair well with a rich, meaty dish, while a crisp white wine can pair well with seafood. The key to pairing wine with food is to match the intensity of the wine with the intensity of the food. When done correctly, the combination of wine and food can create a truly memorable dining experience.
Drinking Wine with Food
Rosé de Provence
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This delightful rosé is delicate, charmingly pale and shiny pink in the glass with beguiling aromas of small red fruits, giving way to a beautiful floral range of flavors. This light-bodied wine is delicate and supple, velvety and fresh with slightly fruity notes leading to a crisp and refreshing finish. It is revelry in a bottle! Provence is located in the south of France in an area rich in history and renown for producing some of the world’s most elegant roses’. Winemakers from this region have a combined respect of the terroir and climate with a desire to produce approachable and fine wines. Bottler Hostellerie des Vins De Rognes is nestled outside the small town of Rognes, 15 km north of Aix-en-Provence. The terroir is composed of limestone clay soil and is blessed with a gentle Mediterranean climate. Grapes are harvested during the cool hours at night and then rushed to the winery where they are de-stemmed, crushed and then chilled to preserve the fresh aromatics
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