Rosé & Blush Wine

Don’t stereotype because of the flowery name: Rosés can be very sweet or dry.

Your Cheat Sheet to the Best Italian Rosé

Fans of crisp, savory rosé should familiarize themselves with Italy’s bounty of beautiful pink-hued offerings. There are a number of styles and designations, but the best are bright, vibrant, and dry. Here’s your cheat sheet to the best rosatos out there.

Versatile Rosés

Delicious and refreshing rosé and blush wines from the best regions around the globe. 

About Rosé & Blush Wine

Quality Rosé is not made by blending red and white wine together. The pink color is created by a very short period of skin contact with red grapes – usually between 10 minutes and 10 hours. Grenache and Pinot Noir are the most popular choices of grape variety, but Rosé can be made from any red grape or blend, anywhere in the world. The most fashionable examples, however, are found in Provence, France. 

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