"Don't be afraid of pink wine," says Paopao. "A good dry rosé is the most refreshing thing you can have on a sunny day outdoors, and relax – it's not going to be sweet." She likes ones made with pineau d'aunis grapes, which are grown in the Loire valley of France. They tend to make for a rosé that's more peppery and spicy than others, which happens to help them pair perfectly with chili.
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