Best Rose Wines at Good Earth Shop

Rose wine often refers to pink sparkling wine typically has notes of cherry and strawberry, but is not always sweet in flavour. The scintillating pink hue and refreshing taste have made these wines a popular choice as brunch drinks or aperitif.

From the prettiest pink of Provence to brighter, richer, and fruitier ones from Argentina, Portugal, and beyond, you’ll find a great variety to suit different tastes and budgets at the Good Earth store.

How Rose Wine is Produced?

Rose wine is made similarly to other red wines; the time it ferments with grape skins is reduced. This reduced skin contact is what gives rose wine its signature pink hue. Each region has a different process to make these rose wines.

For rose wines, producers macerate for a few hours, up to a day. Once the juice has changed to the desired colour, the skins are removed and the juice is fermented.

Some rose varieties start as red wines and then the winemakers add charcoal to get a lighter colour. In other cases, they remove some of the colours from red wine and use the leftovers for rose wines. Hence, making these pinkish wines more sustainable than you may think.

Where Does Rose Wine Come From?

It’s a type of wine made from red wine grapes. Most varieties come from France and Italy, and there are also a few from the United States. Pink wines made in Provence, France are famous for their dry and delicate taste and light orange-tinted pink colour.

The region of Provence in France produces Cotes de Provence AOC and Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence AOC as well as darker varieties like the Bandol AOC.

And Italy produces Bagnoli di Sopra, Bardolino Chiaretto DOC, Etna Rosato DOC, including various other rose wine varieties. Italian regions also offer many rose sparkling wines that are great to celebrate special occasions.

Food That Tastes Awesome With Rose Wine

There’s nothing better than a chilled glass of Rose wine. The al fresco-friendly sipping style make these wines pair well with almost everything including spicy food, salads, barbecued meats, roasts, sushi, rich sauces, and more.

Rose wines from Provence has a dry and delicate taste that goes well with salads, pasta, rice dishes, grilled fish, and seafood.

Rich and Fruity rose wines from California, Australia, or Chile tastes amazing with a variety of foods including spicy curries, seared salmons, tuna, and many other foods.

Sparkling rose makes the ultimate party drink; it goes perfect with desserts and fruit tarts.

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