Pink 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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I found this to be one of the easiest wine kits to produce and just bottled and had my first sip—delicious nice flavor not too sweet or dry
Making our second kit right now. The first one was dry and delicious. Bypassed bottling-kegged it and only turned the gas on when pouring-was slightly bubbly but still great
First time ordering a kit from Midwest supply would definitely do so again. Instructions were easy to follow and the wine turned out great.
French Rosé Wine Kit - RJS Cru International
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