Rosé has become increasingly popular over the past couple of years. There has been experiments with it like frosé ― rosé wine slushie― and rosé gummy bears. Now if you love the taste of Rosé, it is time that you learn a little more about it.
Rosé gets its pink shade from the skin of the grapes, but not all rosé comes out with the same rose-colored hue. Each grape variety gives a different color, and if you learn the shade you just might be able to name what type of Rose you have, before you even see the bottle. All you need is this chart from Vinepair.
Color doesn’t only indicate the grape used to make the wine, it also tells a little something about the flavors and qualities you can expect. For a breakdown on the flavors of all the different types of rosé wine, head on over to Vinepair.