In other news, we consider the world of rose wines, a food truck that has some great Southern-style sandwiches, a Hermosa Beach restaurant and some fields of grain a hundred miles north of L.A. — because your grain bowls, loaves of bread and pints of beer have their origins in fields of wheat, rye and barley. – Amy Scattergood
A brief guide to pink wine
Wine writer Patrick Comiskey and a group of local wine experts consider rosé wines --specifically a primer for beginners, experts and weirdos. Yes, weirdos, which is a term used with much wine-drenched love. Writes Comiskey: “Rosés should be very, very dry. If not, then they’re not doing their job, which is to refresh, quench thirst and stimulate the palate.”
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