In wines, could pink be the new red?

05/27/2008 | San Francisco Chronicle

Dry rose wines are finding their way onto more restaurant and bar menus as the quality continues to increase. "While rose might not be the favorite out of your wine cellar collection, it may be the wine to pick to pair with the most dishes in your culinary library," said one wine maker.

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