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The First Rosés of Summer | Wine-Searcher News & Features

News Details: The most intimidating rosé of all, however, was a single bottle of the Queen of Hearts Rosé by Sine Qua Non, which sold for a record-breaking $42,780 at auction in 2014. Sine Qua Non's proprietor Manfred Krankl told Wine-Searcher at the time: "I never imagined that a bottle of rosé, or any single bottle for that matter, would sell for $42,000."

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Flavored Wines on the Up and Up | Wine-Searcher News

News Details: The flavored-wine sector has been making headlines due to the rising popularity of its offerings and the boldness of its producers, who have no qualms about breaking with tradition. It is just two years since the first such wines were announced, marking the start of a small revolution that, for many oenophiles, amounts to nothing less than heresy.

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