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2013 Chateau Pesquie, Terrasses, France: Brian DuBois recommends this lovely, affordable rosé.

Marques de Caceras, Rioja, Spain; and Matchbook Rose of Tempranillo, Dunnigan Hills, Calif.

Gin-and-tonics have taken a turn for the better since real quinine tonics, with depth and sweetness, have been bubbling up in bottle shops.

Charlotte’s hopping craft brew scene could soon welcome an addition to the fold: homegrown hard cider.

Kim Crawford Pinot Gris, Marlborough, New Zealand: This lovely Pinot Gris from the same producer is worth trying.

2012 Estancia Chardonnay, Monterey, Calif.: Chardonnay drinkers looking for rich tropical fruit and vanilla flavors will particularly enjoy this offering.

CAVU Blonde Ale: NoDa Brewing’s newest is an acronym for “Ceiling and Visibility Unlimited,” a term co-founder Todd Ford knew from his previous life as a pilot.

2012 Louis Latour Pouilly-Fuisse, Burgundy: It's still one of the most recognizable and popular brands in the Maison Latour portfolio.

The Olde Mecklenburg Brewery’s Früh Bock is in the Maibock family, which is a group of strong lagers traditionally brewed for the spring season.

Schild Estate Shiraz, Barossa Valley, Australia: This is a lovely winter wine, full of rich, black fruit and spice flavors.

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