Rosé in Australia
Versatile, refreshing and absolutely delicious, there’s so much to love about Rosé! A style of wine rather than a variety, it’s come a long way since those sickly sweet wines of yesterday to emerge as an anytime, food-friendly tipple. The winemakers of today have refined Rosé and in Australia it’s made in a mouth-wateringly dry style that’s a wonderful food match.
Types of Rosé Wine
Given how many different varieties can be used to make Rosé, no two wines taste the same. However, they’re usually made in the same way with the biggest differences being variety, where it comes from, residual sugar and alcohol level. It’s made from many different grapes, with some of the most common being Shiraz, Pinot Noir and Grenache.
Sparkling Rosés can have all the texture and complexity of a white Sparkling wine, with the added dimension of a fun colour and fine texture for bonus deliciousness!
How is Rosé Wine Made?
Neither red nor white, Rosé is essentially a pink wine made from red grapes, with minimal skin contact, in the style of a white wine. Like most white wines, Rosés are best served chilled.
How many calories are there in a glass of Rosé?
There are about 112 calories in a medium (160ml) glass of Rosé.
Buy Rosé Wine Online
Looking for an online Rosé wine? You can get your rosé wine delivered direct to your door anywhere in Australia with Wine Selectors. You can enjoy a case of mixed rosé wines on sale or a Rosé wine subscription.