Rosé

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Rosé
Rosé is a wine that is made with red grapes where the juice (which is clear) sees limited contact with the colored skins. Via this process, the winemaker can achieve a color ranging from palest pink to deepest salmon. The wine is then generally vinified in the manner of a white wine, with no oak contact and limited tannic extraction. With a recent explosion in popularity, rosé has become the ...more
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2018 Cocomero Rosé

 
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“Juicy, Crisp, Fun”

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2018 Sauvetage Rosé

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“Red Fruit, Refreshing, Pretty”

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2018 Ruza Rosé

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“Vibrant, Quaffable, Effervescent”

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2018 Loves Me Not Rosé

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“Perfumed, Silky, Sweet”

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2017 Cocomero Rosé

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“Refreshing, Bright, Crowd Pleaser”

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2017 Loves Me Not Rosé

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“Round, Fruity, Sweet”

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Rosé

Perhaps the most well-known type of rosé is that which originates from the region of Provence, France. Usually light pink in color, this wine is the bottle to have for hot summer days – particularly when drinking poolside or waterfront. Dry and refreshing, these wines generally show notes of strawberry, citrus, and wet stone. Moving up the intensity ladder, rosé that sees more skin contact takes on more color, tends ...more

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