7 rosé wines that will slake your thirst without breaking the bank.

The less commercial, the better.

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Rosé has a history starting from Greater Greece, where people made vinification “a lacrima”, which means a teardrop. They placed red grapes in bags and pressed them delicately, so the juice starts to weep. Then they collected the grape must and kept it away from prolonged contact with skin (because the skin gives the…