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Go Green
Try: Broadbent Vinho Verde ($10)

Portuguese Vinho Verde translates to "green wine," but that just means it's meant to be drunk young. The thirst-slaking white is light enough for lunch and picnics but also works as an evening aperitif. A dry wine with the slightest fizz (you won't see bubbles), it goes well with fish, shellfish and chicken. Osborn says it's perfect in white sangria too (we love this one, which includes peaches, strawberries, oranges and lemons).
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