Dry or Sweet in style even the description of how Rosé is made sounds romantic. The winemaker, using red grapes (or a blend of red and white) ensures the skins only touch the wine for a short time, staining the juice to create shades from the merest suggestion of blush to a deep fuchsia. A beautifully aromatic wine with rose petal and spice aromas and flavour notes of lively berries, citrus, melon and crisp green finishes.
Best consumed young and fresh Rosé is ideal for summer parties. Serve chilled with seafood platters or light pasta dishes and BBQ pork.