Five Ways to Rosé

April 04, 2016 in Category: Wine Insider

A rose (rohz) is a flower. Rosé (row-ZAY), a wine. The accent aigu over “e” is your cue. Roses are red, white, yellow… Rosés are pink—or some variant, thereof. This spectrum of salmon-shades results when wine makers limit the length of time grapes skins soak in fermenting grape juice. Less time = lighter wine. A rosé is born! But it’s not only about pronunciation and color. Rosés—crafted from the same grape varieties as regular reds—have...