Rosé – worth the temptation
The fan club for rosé is growing and growing. It is certainly hard to beat as a pleasant drink on summer days, but it is equally impressive as a versatile wine to accompany a meal. Rosé wines pair exceptionally well with vegetables, grains and poultry.Read more
Delinat wine producers look after their rosés with the same passion as their whites and reds. With great success. For example, the rosé Cuvée des Amis from Château Duvivier is a good example of what this wine category has to offer. This much sought-after rosé comes from Erik Bergmann, who runs the Delinat model winery in Provence. Would you like to develop a taste for it? Then do what our numerous rosé fans have done and take out the rosé wine subscription. It will bring the most delicious finds to your home.
Provence – The home of rosé
The south of France and in particular the Provence region are considered the home of rosé. The best wines now come from this region. But wine producers in Spain, Italy and Germany are now also increasingly making rosé; they are sounding out its potential and continuously refining its production. Incidentally, good rosé is not made by mixing red and white wine. Red grapes form the basis, and they are pressed after just a few hours. Then the most is vinified like a white wine.
Rosé – serve it up
The online wine search makes it easy for you: Click the “Rosé” wine category. Use the “Goes with...” button to find out. You will be shown a selection of wines that go with the chosen food. Light summer cuisine, colourful salads, exotic dishes, pizza, vegetables and grilled meat, you’ll always be on the right track. But rosé wines also invite you to try some bold combinations. It is generally recommended to serve rosé chilled.
More on this subject can be found in the section Weinwissen Rotwein Rosé (Wine know-how, rosé).Show less