All about Rosé.
Rosé should be drunk young, while fresh and vibrant, so look for a recent vintage.
Ensure your wine is well chilled before serving, but not so cold that you can’t pick out the more nuanced flavors. Between 7-12 degrees celsius is ideal.
A good rosé should be fruit-forward with a crisp, dry finish. It might display summer berries, stone fruit, crisp acidity and a touch of blossom. Others may have more of a savory, herbaceous element and thirst-quenching minerality.
What to drink Rosé with?
Rosé is surprisingly versatile when it comes to food pairings.
A good general rule of thumb is to remember that what “grows together, goes together”. Therefore you might want to try Spanish rosado with tapas-style spreads, pale Provence or Portuguese pinks with grilled fish, goats cheese and peppery salads, and Italian rosé with antipasti.
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