Rosé wine: Rosé wine is a wine of… pink color, which should be drunk young and fresh. It is never a mixture of red and white wines (except in the unique case of champagne), but sometimes the product of black grapes to which a certain proportion of white grapes have been added. However, most rosés are made with black grape varieties (Cabernet Franc, Gamay, Grenache, Pinot Noir), which are left to ferment for a few hours with their skin and seeds ...
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