Rose is a light pink, coloured wine that’s made all over the world, from Portugal to California. Rose inherits its distinctive pink blush through the way it’s made and is typically created from a wide variety red wine grapes, ranging from Pinot Noir to Cabernet Sauvignon.
It tastes like fruit and flowers mixed together and then filtered out to perfection. It’s lighter than an average wine. When you taste it, it would make you blush like an actual rose.
Rosé is made by taking grapes right after they’re done ripping and then squishing them together until they’ve turned into wine.
Like white wine counterparts, one of the main differences to note would be that it doesn’t taste as heavy as red wine, but isn’t as sweet as white wine. Also, rosé relies more on grape skin when it’s made while both red and white wine have more bits and pieces of grapes in them.