Rose has many different pronunciations, Rosado in Spanish, Rosato in Italian, or blush, though all refer to pink coloured wine. Again, the shades vary from subtle hues of pink through to stronger hot pink varieties dependent on which grape is used and for the length of time that the skins remained in contact with the juice. European roses tend to be dry, though dependent on regions, rose can range from sweet to bone-dry.
Grape varietals include Pinot Noir, Grenach, Malbec, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Zinfandel, Tempranillo, and Sangiovese, and a can be used either solitary or blended.
Tempranillo, Sangiovese and Zinfandel. These varietals may be either used solo or in a blend.
A sparkling rose is traditionally produced from a blend of white and red grapes and this process has recently been introduced to still rose wine making.
Usually a more subtle version of a red wine varietal would produce, you can experience flavours of cherry, watermelon, raspberry, strawberry, and citrus fruit.