Rosé wines are fine aperitifs and excellent food companions, especially in spring and summer time. The typical Rosè is drunk chilled, is light, refreshing and light red in color. Rosato from Italy is predominantly dry, although there are also discreetly sweet variants. All Rosè wines have in common that you are served cold like white wine and complement especially salads, vegetable dishes and fish cuisine excellent.
Gone are the days when Rosato was associated with sweet wines of mostly simple quality. Rosé has grown up and offers refreshing variety at a high level, especially during the bright season. In this sense: Drink Pink! - Gerardo [TS06/22
"Rosé wine has for many more of the red wine than the white wine, while it is prepared almost in the same way as white wine without barrel aging. The only difference comes into play when grinding the grapes: If you soak the red skins in the juice, a little pigment is extracted and the wine takes on color." - Max Allen (The Magic of Wine)
|All Rosatos | Rosé|
|South Tyrol Rosé | Rosato Alto Adige||Italian Rosé | Rosato Italiano|
|Rosato | Prosecco | Spumante|