Rose wines are made a couple of different ways, but the most quality-driven and traditional method is called the Saignée process. In this process, red grapes are brought in, fermented on the skins, and before the wine gets full-contact with the skins for color, it's "bled" off into a separate tank. This does two things:

- First, it concentrates t...

Rose wines are made a couple of different ways, but the most quality-driven and traditional method is called the Saignée process. In this process, red grapes are brought in, fermented on the skins, and before the wine gets full-contact with the skins for color, it's "bled" off into a separate tank. This does two things:

- First, it concentrates the wine left behind in the tank with the skins. We know that the color comes from the skins, and if you reduce the amount of liquid that is in the tank, you have less to color with the skins, thus increasing your juice to skin ratio and getting more color extraction.

- Second, the wine extracted into a separate tank is light, fruity, dry and a whole other type of wine. For many winemakers this is a win-win situation.

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Rose Wine 

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Distinct and very refined, with the fresh fragrance of Hawthorne flowers and the scent of redcurrants and wild strawberries.

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Delicately sweet with a refreshing crisp finish and a fruity aftertaste.

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It has a delightful light rose petal and orange blossom bouquet that has great definition and subtlety.

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