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What is Rosé?
Rosé wines are a popular style of pinkish wine made from red grapes that are enjoyed all over the world. The word Rosé means “pink” in French, and it describes all wines that are rosy shades of pink. Rosé wines have fruit and floral notes of red wines, but they’re lighter with less alcohol and tannins. Rosé wines start with red wine grapes. The color in red wine comes from the skin, so to make Rosé, the winemaker removes the skins from the juice quickly before it turns dark red. Rosé wine comes in both sweet and dry styles, so it’s easy to find one to please your palate. Pink wines labeled “blush,” “Moscato Rosé wine,” or “White Zinfandel” are usually sweet Rosé wines, while ones labeled as “Rosé,” “Brut Rosé,” or “Rosato” from Italy are usually dry Rosé wines.
What Does Rosé Taste Like? Rosé's flavor profile is fresh and fruity. Think a light red, like grenache, with some extra brightness and crispness, expect flavours of red fruits and flowers. Each type of rosé will taste slightly different based on the type of grapes used to produce it, ranging from savory to dry rosé wine to sweet rosé wine. This wine is also best drunk young, as rosés are rarely, if ever, made for ageing. Serving them chilled is preferred and often advised on the labels themselves.
What are the popular rosé wine regions? The french rosé wines are probably the most common in the market. Cotes de Provence rosé wines takes up over 90 per cent of the wine produced in the region and is the epicentre of rosé production globally, thus this has become a significant part of the national wine economy in France. Provence rosé is known for its dry and delicate taste and light orange-tinted pink color. Rosé made in Provence is typically made from Grenache, Cinsault, Mourvedre, and Syrah grapes. Procençal rosé is perceived to be a premium rosé and commands a higher price. Most of their rosé comes in beautiful unique shaped bottles, a magnum rosé wine bottle definitely stands out from the crowd! The classic Rose Champagnes account for 3-5% of the total Champagne production in the Champagne AOC. The color is produced by adding some Pinot Noir wine to the Champagne blend. Other French Rose wine regions include Languedoc Roussillon, Jura, and Bordeaux.
Italian Rose Wine are produced throughout the country. The northern parts produce more elegant and soft Italian Rosés, while the southern parts produce the full-bodied, dry Rose. In Tuscany, you’ll find a sweeter Rose made with the Sangiovese grape varietal. In Spain, they are most often made from Garnacha or Grenache rosé wines are some of the most familiar in various regions, Mouvedre (Monastrell) or Tempranillo are also just as common and are often blended together. Spanish Rosé wine comes in different styles, more or less colored or sweet. Spanish rosés are generally bright is color and rather dry in style. They are all refreshing to help beat the summer heat. Pinot Noir rosé wines are on the rise in wine regions in the US. The grape is also used for various Sparkling Rosé wines in the UK.
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