What is Rosé?
- Rosé is a summertime wine, light, crisp and refreshing
- Any red grape can be used to make Rosé
- Made by pressing red grapes and removing the skins very quickly
- The color comes from the red grape skins however is lighter than a typical red wine due to the quick removal of skins
- The taste and smell of Rose cannot be judged by it’s colour
- Rosé is meant to be consumed young, the year it is bottled, otherwise it will lose it’s freshness
Where does Rosé come from?
- Rosé is traditionally from France, however is produced all over the world
- It is called Rosado in Spanish, or Rosato in Italian
Taste & nose
- Drink chilled with a white wine glass
What food pairs well with Rosé?
- Shellfish, seafood, oysters
- Good as apertif before a red meat meal in summer, such as a barbeque