Rosé

 

Let's just debunk a myth : it is completely forbidden to make rosé wines by mixing white wine and red wine. The only exception is recognized in rosé sparkling wine, obtained by assembly.

The rosé wine is produced using red grapes squeezed in a soft way (as for white wine) and thanks to a quick contact with the skins (2-36 hours), this to allow the peels to give only part of the color to the must.

It appears to the appearance between the pale pink and the claret. Characterized by fruity perfumes it sees its optimal consumption temperature between 10 ° C and 14 ° C ; the sensations of aromaticity and light body enhance its taste.

Tasty dishes based on fish , dry pastries, light cured meats are perfectly matched by rosé at the table.

Rosé wine also keeps small and large curiosities . Did you know that it is considered by many to be the oldest wine in the world ? In ancient times it was left to macerate for a very short time, to allow its use quickly. It is good to know that rose wine not should be drunk cold, which in France is considered the wine of Christmas holidays , and that, we repeat, it is not a mix of red wine and white wine.

Our selection of rosé wines will convince you for versatility and taste .

Try and believe.
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