05/03/19 4:30pm

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The Reporter’s wine columnist prepares us for warn summer days with rosé.

Just saying the word “rosé” brings a smile to the lips, for it embodies the essence of summertime. These light, fruity but dry wines call to mind fresh, cool meals on a porch or picnic blanket. Although the wine is traditionally imported from the Provence section of France, the East End has come to the fore in producing delicious rosés.

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03/10/16 4:30pm
COURTESY IMAGE | Wine is the topic for discussion at Friday Night Dialogues tomorrow.

COURTESY IMAGE | Wine is the topic for discussion at Friday Night Dialogues tomorrow.

BY DAVID ROGGIE  | CONTRIBUTOR
De De Thomas will share her thoughts on “The Wonderful World of Wine” and all the ways to enjoy it at the Shelter Island Library Friday Night Dialogues on March 11 at 7 p.m.

Ms. Thomas believes most people can enjoy wine with a little knowledge and a lot of curiosity, but much depends on an individual’s palate. (more…)