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Rosé 2004

Current Wines | Wines from 2004


A bottle of Rosé

Rosé is made out of red wine grapes. Contrary to red wine the grapes used for Rosé are pressed almost immediately after the harvest. During this short period the juice takes up only little colour from the grape skins and the wine attains the typical Rosé colour. The character of Rosé wines lies in between white and red wines. They combine the fresh and juvenile fruitiness of whites with the fullness of reds. Therefore fruity red wine varieties are preferred in Rosé production. We like to use Blaufränkisch grapes because of their frisky acidity and the especially refined flavour.

Tasting notes

Our Blaufränkisch Rosé 2004 shines bright pink in the glass. The full flavour already hints its opulent character. The taste impresses with an exquisite fruitiness which becomes even more advantageous in combination with the full body and the fine acidity.

Food suggestion

Rosé is a great summer wine and ideal for contemplative hours.

Ageing potential

Best to drink within two years after the harvest.


Details


Drinking Temperature:
12° C
Alcohol Content:
11.9 %vol
Sugar Content:
8 g/L
Acidity:
6.6 g/L
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