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Why is Rosé Wine So Popular?

  1. It pairs well with just about everything because it’s in the middle of the flavor profile. It’s not as heavy as a red or as light as a white. And the versatility of the wine can be found in the family itself. You can buy a full spectrum of light to dark and sweet to dry rosés to fit anyone’s taste, even that picky friend that never seems to like any other glass of wine you pour for her.

  2. Rosé is great to use in cocktails. Because it tends to be less expensive than other wines, you won’t feel guilty using it to mix in with other flavors to make that perfect refreshingly different cocktail beverage. And thanks to its versatility, you can use it as a base to create huge variety of mixed drinks. Here are three unique recipes for sweet rosé cocktails.

  3. Rosé’s  versatility is how great it pairs with just about anything you make. Everything from salad to chicken to fish and even steak all go well with different varieties of rosé. Because it’s served chilled, it’s a great complement to just about any dinner you feel like making – or any takeout you get when you just don’t feel like making anything.

    With a low to medium alcohol level, wonderfully perfumy nose, bright acidity, and refreshing blast of red berry flavors, rosé wines are charming. (I normally stay away from wine words that don’t evoke flavor or texture, but with rosés, “charming” definitely applies). When you’re drinking, that mouthwatering zing of acidity brings you back for another sip, and when you’re eating, it sets you up for another bite of food that captures the magic of what eating and drinking is all about.

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