People who enjoy wine tend to think of themselves as open-minded — certainly more so than the beer drinkers. And don’t get me started on the whiskey-bourbon set. But even wine drinkers are notoriously close-minded when it comes to one topic: pink wine.

Pink wine, or what the French snootily refer to as ros� (which, coincidentally enough, is French for pink), gets a bad rap. The reason is simple: the American higher-education system. Years of white zinfandel consumption in college have impressed upon many of us that pink wines, or what college students call blush, can be really nasty.

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