Rosé or rosé wine contains less tannin, making the wine light and fresh and especially popular in the summer.
Rosé is made of blue grapes. The lighter color of rosé is not due to the fact that white wine is mixed with red wine, but because the peels are removed earlier than when making red wine. Mixing the wine is a big misconception and is not allowed. The European Union only allows it in region of Champagne for the preparation of rosé champagne. In addition, rosé wine connoisseurs immediately notice that wine is thrown together because the mixture never reaches the freshness of rosé.
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