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Rosé All Day by Katherine Cole

Having once been dismissed as nothing more than a girly summer drink, over the last few years rosé has grown to become serious business. So much so that last year saw the rise of ‘frosé’ – a frozen rosé slushy created in New York that soon swept the globe, and the brosé phenomenon – a new male fan base for the pink wine.

The timing is ripe then for a book on the subject. Enter Rosé All Day by Katherine Cole, which touts itself as “an essential guide to your new favourite wine”, and charts the history of pink wine through the ages from King Louis XII to Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s wildly popular Provençal pink Miraval. Organised by region, each chapter explores the rosé offerings around the world, from France, Italy and Spain to Corsica, Morocco and the USA.

The book includes food pairing and quirky illustrations, including a rather dodgy rendering of Brad Pitt.

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