With the warmer weather of springtime here, it’s tempting to focus mainly on the whites and rosés that most of us tend to associate with the season. But there are reasons to consider red wines, as many of them are not only refreshing on their own, but also fantastic with food of the spring and summer.Brighter reds are finding their way onto wine lists and into the hearts of restaurant guests, and this is the perfect time of year to take advantage of that shift.For a long time, the go-to ...

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