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Even if you don’t swirl your glass before every sip, swish it loudly in your mouth and say things like “I definitely taste tire rubber,” you can still enjoy the world of wine. In fact, right now’s a great time to explore the industry as some delicious trends are popping up. Here, seven super-fun wine trends about to take over fall.
Giving up our favorite pink beverage as soon as cold weather strikes = double whammy. Luckily, we have the Italians to thank for rosato, a dark rouge rosé that's reminiscent of tart pomegranates and cranberries.
It seems like yesterday that Forty Ounce Rosé was all the rage. Well, the same company recently dropped red wine forties for $16. And don’t worry, the wine is dry, light and complex—a far cry from bottom-shelf hooch.
Call your girlfriends: Red wine can be sparkling, too. That’s right, the Italians did it again. A good Lambrusco is light, flavorful (cherry and plum) with dry acidity. Aka the ultimate wine to pair with cheesy, rich fall foods.
Behold, the trendy drink guaranteed to turn last year’s frosé into a distant memory. DIY by freezing equal parts wine and hard cider, blending each and swirling together. Don’t forget to top it with sliced apple. This is fall after all.
It’s cheaper than most bottles (even though it has about four bottles’ worth of vino), better for the environment and lasts about a month in the fridge after it’s opened. But, best of all, you can buy it on Amazon.
You might remember when Beaujolais, France, was famous for mass-produced, fruity stuff called Beaujolais Nouveau (basically soda). Now the region’s also producing great, coveted wine known as Beaujolais Cru. It’s still light—but has some structure.
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