Are you looking for a wine to pair with your meals but are you strongly undecided between a white wine and a red wine? You're probably looking for a rosé wine!

The best rosé wines come from different parts of the world and are produced according to different styles, taking on various shades of color, aromas and flavors.

It is very common to come across rosé wines that release aromas of strawberry, raspberry and cherry jam, to which are often added characteristic vegetal hints of mint, basil and oregano, but there are rosé wines that are also enchanting thanks to their orange citrine notes sanguine or grapefruit.

But, to really appreciate rosé wines, or rosè wines for sparkling wines, it is important to first understand how they are made. Rosé wines are always obtained from red berried grapes, such as Syrah, Primitivo, Grenache, Montepulciano, Sangiovese, but also Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Nero. However, although they acquire their typical coloring from the grape skins, in the same way as wines red, the maceration time is so short that it results in a much lighter must, with nuances that depend on the grape variety and the actual duration of the process. Once the desired color is obtained, the maceration is stopped and the skins are separated from the must, which will undergo the classic fermentation and sparkling process.

The final rosé wine can take on different colors, ranging from pale pale pink to the deepest onion skin. Depending on the intensity of the color, a lighter and fresher wine can be expected, or vice versa, fuller and more aromatic.

Ideal for the summer season, these wines go perfectly with delicate dishes

Our peninsula offers a rich panorama of excellent expressions of rosé wine. Explore it!

Discover on VINO75 a selection of some of the best Italian rosé wines. Retrace the rosatist tradition of Apulian rosé wines, tasting the first Italian rosé wine, Leone de Castris' Five Roses, or that of Abruzzo wines, savoring the fresh scents of Cerasuolo d'Abruzzo, obtained from traditional Montepulciano grapes, or even made overwhelmed by the elegance of Bolgheri Tuscan rosés, such as the Scalabrone.

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