Rosé Wines

Rose Grapes

Rosé Wines

Description:
Rosé wines are sometimes referred to as a ‘blush’. The wine is actually made from red grapes. The wines are not red because the grape juice is left in contact with the red skins for a short time (only a few hours, compared to days or weeks for red wines.) Because the skin contact is brief, very little tannin is absorbed from the skins; therefore you can chill Rosé wine and drink them as you would their counterpart white wines.

Rosé Profile
Fruit- Strawberry, Honeydew Melon, Watermelon
Other- Rose Petal, Celery
Serving Temperature- 38-45 F
Decant- none
Age- 3-5 years

Rosé Wines Reviews:
Top Picks:
Gruet Brut Rosé Sparkling Wine

American Rosé Wines
Gruet Brut Rosé Sparkling Wine
Unruly Rosé 2017

Italian Rosé Wines
Presto Sparkling Rosé

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