Rosé is a genre of wine produced in a variety of styles and from a wide range of grape varietals including Grenache, Syrah, and Pinot Noir. It is produced similarly to other red wines, but shorter contact with grape skins gives your favorite bottle of rosé its pretty pink hue. The region of Provence, the oldest wine region in France, is quite well known for its rosé production, but rosé has become a favorite across the globe. This perfect spring and summer sipper offers a variety of flavors. You can expect everything from strawberry and watermelon to hints of celery, and delicate rose aromatics. To elevate your next BBQ or appetizer party, always have a few bottles of rosé on hand. This wine is best consumed chilled and within 5 days of opening to keep it fresh and crisp!