Rosé wine was originally exemplified by Anjou Rosé and became popular after the Second World War. Rosé wines are often referred to as Blush wines owing to the fact that they are actually white but have a tinge of pink in their color. This color is actually dependant on the type of grapes used and the techniques used to produce this wine and may range from pale orange to pale blue. In earlier days, it was very common to make Rosé wine by simply adding red wine to white wine. Rosé wines are not very popular amongst wine connoisseurs but it is still getting popular owing to its crisp taste that is known to beat the heat in muggy climates.
There are several ways in which a Rosé wine may be made:
There are many brands of Rosé wine available in the market. Some of the more popular ones are:
All Rosé wines are recommended to be served chilled as they fall into the dry category of wines. These are available in various price ranges starting from $9 and depending on the brand in question.