What are Rosé Wines and How are They Made?
Rosé wines have a specific method that generates their lovely color, and it’s not from blending red and white wines!
To make the delicate hue of pink that rosé wines have, red grapes are lightly crushed and left to macerate with their red skins for a while, anywhere from a few hours to a few days.
Rosé wine falls somewhere in between the extremes of red and white, making them quite versatile. Rosé wines are less intense than a tannic, full-bodied red but have more depth than a light white.
Our rosé wine elegantly sparkles and shines. Diama Rosé Wine is the perfect wine to share with guests, from big occasions to afternoon picnics. Rosé wines go well with a wide variety of foods – from fish, veggies and meats, to salty snacks and sweet treats.
Just make note that unlike red wines, rosé wines do not improve over the years, so don’t plan on putting this attractive bottle in your cellar for the decades. Have a bottle or two of rosé wine you need to use? Since rosé wine is so light and bubbly, they are perfect for mixing!
Here’s a recipe from seriouseats.com to get you going:
La Vie en Rose
Place a sugar cube in a cocktail glass. Add 2 dashes Peychauds bitters and ½ ounce Elderflower liqueur. Top with Diama sparkling rose wine and garnish with an orchid blossom.
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