Rosé is a type of wine made from red wine grapes, produced in a similar manner to red wine, but with reduced time fermenting with grape skins. Rosé happens when the skins of red grapes touch wine for only a short time. Where some red wines ferment for weeks at a time on red grape skins, rosé wines are stained red for just a few hours.
Rosé should always be chilled and served at approximately 5 to 8 Celsius. The best food pairings for rosé: Light salads, light pasta, and rice dishes, especially with seafood, raw and lightly cooked shellfish, grilled fish and goat cheeses. Perfect hot weather drinking.
A good example is this Les Oliviers Grenache Cinsault Rosé, Pays d’Oc 2017 Pale salmon pink in the glass with delicate aromas of meadow flowers. This luscious blend has abundant rich berry flavors from the Grenache and a satisfying tang from the Cinsault. Dry but with a noticeable roundness and fresh finish. ” Wine is available at Vinos.ca