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  • The wineries are so intent on refining their image that instead of using the Italian word "rosato," they call their pink wines "rose."

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  • So, I offer at least one rosato by the glass all year round.

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  • Try the Casa Tua Aspen, a bubbly mix of prosecco and Martini & Rossi rosato $15.

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  • Pairing: 2009 Bigaro, a rosato frizzante $20 from Elio Perrone.

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  • The rosato is bottled quickly while it is young, and it's aged only five months in stainless steel.

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