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Trend: Rosé on the Rocks

Bucket of rosé next to two glasses of rosé on the rocks

Now you don’t need a bulky ice bucket to keep your rosé cool during a long picnic or beach outing. Enter Rosé Piscine, crafted in southwest France and created especially to serve over ice. “Not only is Rosé Piscine served on the rocks, but the ice melting in the glass doesn’t diminish its natural floral flavors, which is a win-win,” explains the managing partner. On the palate, the wine offers tantalizing hints of Meyer lemon, peach skin, vanilla, kiwi and McIntosh apple. ($19)

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