Rosé Wine

Rosés usually have crisper acidity, lower alcohol levels and lighter body when grown in cooler places, such as regions with maritime influence or high altitude. Rosé is mainly a seaside wine, widely exported.

Food and Wine Pairing

Rosés are a great alternative to dry whites, and go really well in summer barbecues, with light-flavoured foods, including vegetables and salads, especially because of their sweetness.

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