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The Rosé Revelation a New Book on Wine

Writing a book about rosé taught Elizabeth Gabay MW that pink is defined by more than Provence.

In case you haven’t noticed, the world is in the midst of a rosé revolution. The young and flirty alternative to red and white wine, the pink drink is the toast of summer fun from the Riviera to the Hamptons to the Gold Coast. But, there’s more to rosé than the easy-drinking and rather generic “swimming pool rosé,” as local Master of Wine Elizabeth Gabay refers to it: from the premium Provence rosés being made to intriguing drops coming out of countries least She tells me that writing a book on the rosé revolution quickly turned revelatory.

Chrissie’s review of this pink wine-focused book. Even a Master of Wine never imagined tasting over 1,500 wines in 8 months and writing a book about this “misunderstood” category of wine.

Rosé and Food

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Roast Chicken with Rosé Cranberry Sauce
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Chrissie McClatchie

Sydney born Chrissie fell in love with the French Riviera at the age of 17, when she embarked on six months of French lessons (and table dancing at the Vieux Nice institution Chez Waynes).

Almost ten years after her first Nice experience, Chrissie returned to Nice for a summer and somewhat fortuitously landed a role with a local company selling fine wine to the superyachts along the coast, which cemented her passion for the fermented grape.

In late 2012 Chrissie started her blog, The Riviera Grapevine, to chronicle the wonderful and little-known local wines and indigenous grapes found along the French and Italian Riviera. Chrissie still works in wine and can often be found enjoying a sneaky Provence rosé at one of the al fresco bars on Nice's Place Garibaldi, or with her nose in her ever-expanding collection of wine literature.

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