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Rosé

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A bottle of Rosé

Rosé is made from red wine grapes. Contrary to red wine production, the grapes used for Rosé wines are pressed almost immediately after the harvest. In this short time the juice takes up only little colour from the grape skins and the wine attains its typical Rosé colour. The character of a Rosé lies in between whites and reds. It combines the fresh and juvenile fruitiness of a white wine with the fullness of a red. Fruity red wine grapes are preferred in Rosé production and that is why we choose Blaufränkisch with its frisky acidity and distinguished flavour.