Let’s pretend we’re having lovely spring sunshine and help ourselves to a glass or two of rosé. I will explain the 5 principal ways that pink wine is made, and delve a little into the science of the phenolics.
So buy yourself a couple of bottles and bring them to our online tasting. I will supply a bunch of maps, charts and diagrams to help us to understand better the wines that we are tasting – and we can compare colours and flavours together.
There will be a few tasting and food suggestions in the comments. Spoiler Alert: the best match for rosé wine is garlic…
I think you will be pleasantly surprised by the variety and complexity of this ultimate pink drink – as well as the great science and history behind it.
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