The power and elegance of Rosé
There is no room for condescension when it comes to the color pink. To make a good rosé means to take the absolute best from both reds and whites. The frivolousness of rosé is an outdated stereotype. Moreover, it’s a great solution to “I want something, but don’t know what…”
Rosé wines carry lightness, and power, friendliness and aristocratism. They have myriad styles. Their colors may range from light salmon pink all the way to heavy and darker tones – depending on the period of contact with the grape skins. The bouquet is typically full of strawberry, cherry and raspberry aromas. A cooled rosé is one of the best partners to the first warm days of Spring.