We usually drink rose wine young, ideally from the current or previous vintage. Its task is to refresh and create a slight impression which gradually disappears from the pink with the passage of time with a few exceptions.
We usually drink rose wine young, ideally from the current or previous vintage.
In order for the rose wine to present itself in full beauty, it should be cooled to a temperature of 8 to 12 degrees. Rose wine can even be served directly on ice or in seductive cocktails. But beware - rose wine loses its cuteness if you overcool it.
If you like wine splashes, you will love rose wine. However, this light, easy-to-drink wine with its magical colour fits many drinkers. It is a refreshment that can also be served in non-traditional variants. Rose wine is served at parties, picnics and the ever popular barbecues. Properly chilled rose wine is an ideal drink especially for warm spring and summer evenings.
In order for the rose wine to present itself in full beauty, it should be cooled to a temperature of 8 to 12 degrees.
In a whimsical summer, you may want to indulge in a special "variety" of rose wine - the "beach". You get it by taking bottles of your favourite rose wine and bury them very deep in beach sand where the wine cools down properly.
If you buy a bottle of rose wine and bring it home, store it at a cooler stable temperature. Avoid exposing it to direct sunlight which significantly affects the quality of the wine and shortens its lifespan. This aspect is more crucial for rose wines as due to their attractive colour they are filled in transparent bottles.