Denise Cody, Cellar Angels' Chief Operating AngelBlog written by:
Enjoying rosé wine is unlike any other drinking experience. In part because the wine is uniquely made from red wine grapes and skillfully designed by winemakers to extract just the right amount of delicate color and fresh fruit flavor from the skins into the juice. Another reason for rosé's distinctiveness is it's origin and versatility. Provence, located in the South of France, is the most famous rosé region in the world. Time stops in Provence while wine drinkers savor wine with lunch or dinner, friends or colleagues, at the water's edge or on the véranda.
Americans tend to confuse rosé with white zinfandel or blush. This is not your mother's sweet pink wine. Rosé is dry, elegant and aromatic. It is refreshing, fruity and extremely food friendly. So grab a bottle, call some good friends and immerse yourself in the moment. Like the French say, Joie de vivre!