There’s an old summertime tradition in the South of France to drink rosé “a la piscine” (at the swimming pool) with a few ice cubes for a light, refreshing treat on a hot day. Problem is, as you’d probably already guessed, this practice often waters down a perfectly good wine. So, the makers of Rosé Piscine crafted a wine with higher levels of acidity and residual sugar to pair well with ice. For me, it’s very much a time-and-place scenario, says Jeff Cioletti.
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