Things You Should Know About Rosé Wine
Roses are red, violets are blue; Rosé wine is pink, and it’s yummy too. Ha! Now that’s what you call poetry. A great wine like that deserves a good poem indeed. Rosé wine probably isn’t given enough credit. In this article, we’ll show you some of the great things you should know about this wine. • There is actually good rosé wine out there, despite the numerous horrible bottles you may have tasted from. For some reason, people think that the color has something to do with the taste and the quality of it, but it actually doesn’t. • You don’t actually get rosé wine from mixing red wine and white wine together. We don’t know who came up with that theory, but it’s just wrong. You get rosé wine from crushing the red grapes lightly and letting the skin sit in the juice for a few hours to a few days, after which, it is strained out. • Rosé wine can actually be made from anywhere in the world and from almost any grape. They are usually made from a blend of different grapes as well. • It’s a dry wine. In other words, it doesn’t have any extra sugar. Therefore, you get that fresh, acidic taste and you can experience the aromas and flavors, however mineral or fruity they may be. • Rosé wine is actually considered as food-friendly, so it’s pretty good with a wide range of foods. To be specific, it falls somewhere in-between what you experience with red wines and white wines. It isn’t as tannic and taste bud-stimulating as red wine, nor is it as light as a white wine. If you are looking for professional grade wine storage for your wine collection than give us a call to discuss the climate controlled and secure wine storage options, we have available to keep your fine wines safely stored in our wine storage facility in New Jersey.