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What is the secret to making Rosé?

No, Rosé is definitely not a mix between white and red grapes, although its colour suggests that. Despite this being a widespread statement, it is completely wrong. If a wine obtained by pressing white and blue grapes is on the market, it is not allowed to be sold as Rosé wine, but must be labelled otherwise.

The technology of Rosé production is the commonality between white and red wine. Rosé wine is made from red grape varieties but using a method typical of white drinks.

The main difference between red and white wine is that in the first the fermentation takes place with the grape skin, and in the second the skins are removed before the beginning of this process. And the pigment comes from the skins. In the case of Rosés, the red grapes are in very short contact with their shells, after which they are removed and fermented without them. Thus, a very small amount of pigment manages to pass into the juice, as well as a small amount of tannin (it is also found in the flakes). This makes the wine not only lighter in color, but also lighter in texture and taste than red.

How to drink Rosé?

What is the ideal serving temperature of the Rosé?

Like white wine, Rosé is also advisable to keep refrigerated before serving. If the drink is drier, the optimum temperature is 10 degrees. Sweeter types of Rosé are suitable for serving at 13 degrees. This slight difference in temperatures is advisable because slightly higher degrees bring out the flavour of the sweet varieties better.

In what glass does one drink Rosé?

The glass for Rosé is similar to that for white wine. Especially for dry Rosé wines you can use the same type of glass as for white wines - tall and relatively narrow. For sweeter ones, however, it is recommended that the opening at the top is wider to get a better sense of the flavours.

In which seasons is Rosé preffered?

Light in taste and served chilled, Rosé wine is perfect for warm summer evenings.

Rosé in Sangria

Sangria is a popular summer cocktail originating from Spain and Portugal, in which different types of wine are combined with other alcohol and fruits. Among the freshest and most popular are the recipes for sangria with roses.

What is the perfect food pairing for Rosé wine?

Rosé wines give wide scope for improvisation in terms of flavour combinations. The stronger types can be served with pork or veal dishes, as well as with pizzas and spaghetti, and also with various types of seafood. The lighter Rosé wines can be consumed with platters of appetizers, with chicken, with salads and cheeses. Some of the offerings are also suitable as an aperitif.

What types of Rosé wines you will find at VIDA.BG?

● Bulgarian Rosé: Here you will find Rosé wines from different regions in Bulgaria, produced by the most prestigious wineries (Santa Sarah, Kararzyna, Zagrey, Yalovo, Minkov Brothers);
● French Rosé, Italian Rosé, New Zealand Rosé, Austrian Rosé, etc.;
● Rosé of different vintages;
● Rosé from different grape varieties: Gamza, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Mavrud;
● Rosé at affordable prices:Promotional offers offer numerous deals to buy rosé online at attractive discount prices;
● Rosé in luxorious gift boxes;
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