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July 04, 2013

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dobianchi.com

if ever there were a "gorgeous" wine, this would be it, right? We drink a lot of this at home and it's our number-one wine for summer entertaining... thanks for taking time out to taste it, Meg. Great post (and great photo).

Todd - VT Wine Media

This one has always stood out at our annual rosé party, and this year was deemed the best of the bunch among similarly and more expensively priced competition. Bright, with bite, lovely summer night.
Saluté.

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