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Reunions With Carlo Rossi Sweet Red

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Thunderous laughter, sweet tears of joy, an endless weave of stories, and the passage of time become irrelevant as though the earth has temporarily stopped from its tedious orbit around the sun. These are the glorious moments when friends and family suddenly find each other, whether planned or by surprise, in one table sharing precious moments. Reunions, in other words, are priceless. Bestselling author Jerry Spinellie described it better when he wrote in his book Love, Stargirl: “May our reunion be not a finding but a sweet collision of destinies.”




And these moments can be made even more special with delectable food and a flavorful wine that would satisfy everyone’s sweet palate, like Rossi Sweet Red, another masterpiece from California winemaker Carlo Rossi, the Number One Table Wine in the world and the Number One Imported Table Wine in the Philippines. Rossi Sweet Red has layers of vanilla, bright cherry, and wild raspberry flavors. Its light medium body stays with you, no matter how you drink it—chilled or with ice—and goes smoothly well with any food whether fish, meat, cheese, or vegetarian. Rossi Sweet Red is healthy because there is no sugar or artificial sweetener added to make it sweet. It is crafted from grapes grown in California where the sun nourishes the grapes to perfection, assuring you of wines that are bursting with flavor and aroma. What’s even divine is the price. It’s so affordable that there’s no need to break your wallets to enjoy its flavor. Reunions between friends or loved ones may be just a short flicker of time that can easily pass. But it can be time well spent and even more meaningful and special with lodes of stories, memories and good food. So smile more, hug a friend and show your love, made extra special with Carlo Rossi Sweet Red.

For inquiries about Carlo Rossi, you may visit their Facebook page, www.facebook.com/CarloRossiPhilippines.

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