It’s official: rosé season is here. We’re thrilled about the incredible variety available this year. For those who crave full-bodied wine, old-vine Carignan rosé from the California winery Horse & Plow stands out. We’re also excited about the lush, dry Rosato di Refosco from Long Island extraordinaire, Christopher Channing. This wine does double duty as an aperitif that can carry you through dinner. Rosé lends itself to an array of flavors and textures. Whether you’re having spring pea gnocchi, steamed artichokes with aioli, or grilled spring onions with chicken, there’s a pink wine for it. From dynamic vinters in your backyard to biodynamic producers in Austria, an entire world of rosé is at your fingertips.