Victoria James

Sommelier at Cote Korean Steakhouse in New York; author of “Drink Pink: A Celebration of Rosé”

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Rosé is having its day as a refreshing summer libation. But is it actually good wine, and how can you tell?

Bad rosé takes over the wine market

Rosé is having its day as a refreshing summer libation. But is it actually good wine, and how can you tell?

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