Rosé wine

The rumor persists that rosé wines are a mixture of red and white wines. This procedure is not permitted for still wines from the EU. In fact, there are several methods of production of rosé, but this would go beyond the format of this article. Rosé wines are made almost like red wines, but are on the mash for a shorter time. Due to the short skin contact, only a few colorants are released from the berry skin. The color of a rosé gives information about the length of the standing time. This can vary from a few hours to several days.

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