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A rosé wine is a type of wine that produces some of the colour from the grape skins into the wine for a period, but not enough time for it to qualify as a red wine.
it is the most straightforward wine to make with the skin contact method, and as such, it is deemed to be the oldest known type of wine.
The pink(rose) colour can range from very pale pink to a vivid near-purple, depending on the varietals and winemaking techniques used.
Rose is made with nearly every grape variety both red and white from all over the world, and the taste can vary considerably from both dry and sweet, and it can also be still, semi-sparkling or sparkling.