Some call it a blush, some call it rosé. No matter what you call it, rosé wines are as delightfully light, fruity, and aromatic as they are unique. Unlike their red and white wine cousins, rosés are different from their very beginnings.
Made from mostly red grapes crushed with their skin still on, rosés can take on a variety of colors and taste palates. Interestingly, it’s the amount of time they spend with their skins that determines both their color and flavor intensity. Here’s how rosé is made and why it’s so special.