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You Can Now (Finally) Drink Rosé on a Domestic Flight

The national nightmare is over.

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It's now possible to embrace the motto "rosé all day" while 30,000 feet in the air. JetBlue has the distinction of being the first U.S. airline to pour the trendy pink wine; flyers can now sip Lioco Indica 2014 Rosé while on board.

The airline has also partnered with NYC restaurant Saxon + Parole to expand its food menu and plans to introduce new snacks for people with dietary restraints (hello, gluten-free).

Jet Blue's not the only airline to step up its beverage offerings recently: Earlier this year, Delta began serving Starbucks coffee on its flights.

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