The weather is warming up, and when it does, Rosé wines are brought back into rotation in many households. But what about Rosé's sweeter — and generally cheaper — cousin, white Zinfandel?
Introduced in the '70s by Sutter Home as a way to use up excess Zinfandel crops, white Zin is often considered the non-wine-drinker's wine, for its sweet, fruity qualities and typically low alcohol content. But for every wine aficionado who scoffs at it, there's an equally avid white Zin loyalist. What's your stance? Do you drink white Zin?
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