Rosé wine is a type of wine that has a pink or salmon color, ranging from pale to vibrant hues. It is produced from various grape varieties and can be made through different winemaking methods, resulting in a wide range of styles and flavors. Rosé wines are known for their refreshing, fruity, and often floral characteristics.
Rosé wines can range from bone dry to slightly sweet, with varying levels of acidity. They are typically served chilled and are well-suited for warm weather and outdoor occasions. Rosé wines pair well with a variety of foods, including seafood, salads, grilled vegetables, charcuterie, and light poultry dishes. The fruity and crisp nature of rosé wines also makes them enjoyable on their own as a refreshing and versatile choice.