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Strawberry Fields Forever – Domaine la Colombette Notorious Pink

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There’s something about pink wine that says, let’s leave work early and go have a picnic. And with weather reaching into the 80s in New York City today, it’s a great time to do just that. If you’re near Central Park, maybe stop at Zabars for an assortment of breads, meats, and cheeses and then head over to Strawberry Fields. Go for a long stroll and have that song get stuck in your head. Unfortunately, drinking wine is prohibited there. So, after you work up a thirst, head back to your own place to picnic on your terrace if you’re lucky enough to have one, and uncork Domaine la Colombette Notorious Pink Grenache. It’s full-on juicy strawberry pleasure.
The wine is fermented at cold temperatures to preserve fresh fruit notes, and it is kept on its lees to create richer flavors. If you want to bring a beautiful bottle of wine to a date this summer, this is the one to buy. The frosted glass and elegant label make the wine bottle alone a romantic statement.
Enjoy the start of summer in the city with a fresh rosé from France that will bring you right to Strawberry Fields.



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