Is there anything better for the patio, the beach, or the couch on movie night than a rosé?
Rosés incorporate some of the colour and flavour of the red grape skin, but not enough to qualify as a red wine. The result is a wine that is usually fruity, light, and thirst-quenching without the tannic dryness of reds.
Dry rosés are crisp and often paired with lighter fare like grilled chicken and caprese salad. Off-dry and sweet rosés, by nature of the residual sugar, tend to have prominent fruit character and taste great on their own.