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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Excellent Rose. Drank a bottle one week after bottling and it was well received by the 4 people that shared it.
1-2 weeks after bottling, this wine became really nice. I allowed some extra days of fermentation for a drier rose'. Nice crisp, clean flavor and of course that beautiful color. Well worth the price.
I have just bottled this wine and even on day one it has a very enjoyable taste. I certainly will be making this wine again soon. Can’t wait to see how it ages.
I made this kit before, and it is a delicious dry fruity pink, beautiful and delicious. This kit is close to bottling and i had a taste and yes i expect it to be great as before
Came out great