Rosé Wine

The Rose wine has been the real revolution in the world. Rosé wine is defined by its color. On the one hand, they rose wines white wines look for their finesse, freshness and vinification, and red wines by grape composition, aromatic complexity and some of the color, but just enough, according to the grapes used. After stripping the juice is squ...

The Rose wine has been the real revolution in the world. Rosé wine is defined by its color. On the one hand, they rose wines white wines look for their finesse, freshness and vinification, and red wines by grape composition, aromatic complexity and some of the color, but just enough, according to the grapes used. After stripping the juice is squeezed and macerated in contact with the skins, with special care to avoid fermentation begins; when the wort has taken color, we proceed to bleeding or separation of the must. Unlike whites, for the preparation of rose wine only solid paste the yolk must and the first musts, flowing through solids dragging on your way coloring matter of the skin that give the wine its characteristic color is used. After pressing of the grapes, the skins are discarded for not letting them in contact throughout the fermentation (as in the case of red); the reason is that the longer the skins are left with the must, the more intense the color of the resulting wine. Despite its similarities with red wine and white wine, you never can be called Rose to the mix of red wine with white wine. The fundamental characteristic of rose wines is its attractive appearance, freshness and fruity carbonated give that nice touch that spark to these wines.

Today, virtually all wineries produce rosé wines. Rose wines better known in Spain are pink Castilla, roseRioja and pink of Navarra, known as pink teardrop, prepared by the method of bleeding from Garnacha, Tempranillo and Cabernet Sauvignon, for wineries as Belondrade, Bodegas Ochoa, Baron de Ley, Castillo de Monjardin in Navarra, Artadi in Alava and Oscar Tobia, who developed the pirmer rose wine with barrel fermentation.

In recent years, rose wines have become fashionable wines, for easy access to all tastes and, especially for its price, good and cheap wines accessible to all budgets and tastes. We make a special mention of the claret, by their similarity and sometimes confusion with pink its salmon or pink wines. Despite elllo, we can not consider them as pink itself. The differences between them are in the rose wines macerated red grapes (not fermented) together with the skins, while the claret grape variety ferments with the skins. The claret wines best known are those of Rioja, the pueblso of San Asensio and Cordovin, which began to be developed in the nineteenth century with the arrival of the French, to wineries in Rioja, and baptized them as "claret" . In international markets rose wines that succeed are more sparkling, sparkling wines and champagne surrounded Glamour girl who succeed among younger women and among the public.

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