DetailsPink wine has a reputation for being soft and sweet and less assertive than other table wines, but this doesn't have to be true, especially for rosé. In fact, it's usually blush wines that are sweet, and they can be made by blending a small amount of red wine into a white base and adding sugar.
Not so with rosé! It must be made with 100% red grapes, lightly macerated and quickly pressed. It's this treatment that gives robust and dry French rosé ripe, juicy flavors of strawberry, raspberry and citrus, with aromas of melon and strawberry leading to a crisp finish with a tiny touch of spiciness.
Serve lightly chilled with Southern-style barbecue, shellfish (especially bouillabaisse or cioppino) or soft cheeses and fruit.
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Wine Recipe Type Rose Type Rose Origin France
5.0 / 5.02 ReviewsFrench roseExcellent dry french rose. It compares to french rose's that i had in two french wineries in france.October 9, 2017Purchased
1 year agoBest kit I've made, and I've made a fewThis Rose is loved by everyone who tries it, including friends who mostly drink French wine. It's beautiful and tasty.We bottled it in this beautiful clear bottle with a glass cork that originally had a different Rose.December 20, 2017Purchased
3 months ago
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Browse 2 questions Browse 2 questions and 17 answersHow soon can you drink it?BEST ANSWER: This wine is a great if you don't feel like having white but still want something fresh and lighter. Great aroma and I always have it chilled. I made it early spring and have been drinking it all summer. Given a few bottles as presents and everybody loved it!How much wine does this kit make?BEST ANSWER: Its a 6 gallon kit and you should end up with 26 tp 30 bottles. Just about every 6 gallon kit i have made yields 28 bottles. The french rose is a very nice dry rose wine, goes well with anything