Rosè Fun Facts

A rosé is a type of wine that incorporates some of the color from the grape skins, but not enough to qualify it as a red wine.

Here is fun & Facts about Rosè :

• Rosé gets it’s pink color from the fact that the skin is left to sit in contact with the crushed grape for a while. The longer it sits, the darker the pink color will be. The skin is removed after a few hours or up to 3 days.
• In France it’s called Rosé, in Italy they’re called Rosato, and in Spain it’s Rosado.
• Don’t confuse Rosé with Blush. Blush wines are semi-sweet, while Rosé is dry.
• Rosé is made from red grape varieties, but fermented like white wine, and it’s best served chilled, like other white wine
• Rosé is not just for summer sipping! It’s a terrific aperitif or dinner wine all year round, and pairs well with bbq, spicy food, chicken & pork, sushi, seafood, charcuterie & cheese, tapas, salads, pizza, and more!
• The aroma from Rosè is never came from any flower
• Rosè is a good cooking partner too, Most of recipe that require to add white wine, you can substitute with Rosè or substitute red wine in sauce recipe with Rosè

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