For 10 years I have championed the merits of dry rosé as a perfect wine for summer. It was a tough sell, in the early years, as most American consumers were burned out on sweet, syrupy white zinfandel. Little did they know the immense pleasure that can be found in full-bodied, dry rosé wines — refreshing, flavor filled and delicious, these wines are perfect on the patio and also superb with food.Going back a decade, the options were limited and mostly from southern France, Spain and Italy. No more. The popularity of rosé has exploded and the selections just keep getting better. It amuses me to see every wine magazine now on the market preaching the gospel of rosé.