Rosé wine is made all over the world from a variety of grapes giving wines that are as just as varied character as you would expect from white or red. You can find out more about what to expect along with some recommendations of great wines from the rose regions of France, Spain, Italy and Portugal as well as the New World from our quick rosé wine guide.
Winemakers create a rosé wine by only allowing the red grape skins to stay with the juice for a relatively short time, usually only two to three days. As soon as the juice starts to take on the characterstic pink shades, the skins are removed and fermentation begins, creating rosé wine. The process is similar everywhere but the wine varies from the drier, european varieties to the sometimes sweeter New World labels. Look for notes of melon, red berries and more.
Rosé wines are great to drink by themselves as a refreshing summer drink, but can also be paired with all sorts of food, from goats cheese to fish – have a look at the food pairing suggestions in our bottle descriptions.
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