Rosé Doesn’t Have a Season, So it’s Not Ending
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After all, anyone who believes Tuesdays are a good reason to open a bottle of Champagne has the right attitude about life! I hope you enjoy this witty and fun article!! 🙂
Rosé Seasonis on my last good nerve. Rosé doesn’t have a season. Or it shouldn’t have a season. Pumpkin spice has a season. Asparagus has a season. Egg nog has a season. Peeps have a season. I have never understood why people relegate rosé to a season. I always have a bottle (or four) of rosé in my wine fridge — I drink it year round.
But, some people insist on a season for rosé. To wit, here’s a hodgepodge of posts I’ve seen on social media this week:
- Rosé season is ending soon, and I’m getting anxious.
- Enjoy rosé season while you still can.
- Not quite ready to let go of rosé season just yet.
- Rosé season eclipses everything else. Drink up the last few days!
- Soon rosé season will be over. Sad!
OK, the last one was funny. But, who decided you can only drink rosé…
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