Rosè

For many years, the Rosè stood in the shadow of its red and white fellows - highly neglected and underestimated as a type of wine. 

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Просеко Дъ Бос Розе 2020
Veneto, Italy
Glera
BGN 24.90
BGN 19.92
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Félicette Grenache Rose 2020
Languedoc-Roussillon, France
Grenache
BGN 20.79
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Глушник Каладок Розе 2020
Thracian valley, Bulgaria
Caladoc
BGN 25.20
BGN 21.42
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Miraval Rose 2021
Provence, France
Grenache
BGN 57.30
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Les Pierres Fendues Rose Bernard Magrez 2021
Languedoc-Roussillon, France
Grenache
BGN 20.90
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Whispering Angel 2021
Provence, France
Grenache
BGN 41.90
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Колорито Розе 2021
Struma Valley, Bulgaria
Syrah
BGN 16.90
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Link Lambrusco Rose Spumante Modena DOC 2020
Emilia-Romagna, Italy
Lambrusco
BGN 24.90
BGN 19.92
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Bernard Magrez Bleu De Mer Rosé 2021
Languedoc-Roussillon, France
Cinsault
BGN 22.90
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12 bottles AIX rose with 2 luxury glasses
Комплект от 12 бутилки Екс розе с подарък две професионални ...
BGN 430.80
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Росиди Розе де Пино 2019
Thracian valley, Bulgaria
Pinot Noir
BGN 21.90
BGN 20.80
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Rose Gomotartzi Bononia Estate 2021
Danubian Plain, Bulgaria
Cabernet Franc
BGN 14.40
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Grenache Rose Bernard Magrez 2021
Languedoc-Roussillon, France
Grenache
BGN 17.90
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Perle de Bleu de Mer Bernard Magrez 2020
Languedoc-Roussillon, France
Grenache
BGN 19.90
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Rose Nals Margreid 2021
Alto-Adige, Italy
Lagrein
BGN 31.90
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AR Lenoble Champagne Rosé Terroirs
Champagne, France
Pinot Noir
BGN 98.90
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Mont Rocher Vieilles Vignes Rose 2019
Languedoc-Roussillon, France
Grenache
BGN 15.90

For many years, the Rosè stood in the shadow of its red and white fellows - highly neglected and underestimated as a type of wine. Interest in it is aroused by the romantic French Provence, whose Rosè wines are booming in the world wine market, opening this new niche. For many years, Rosé has been considered a "female" wine, but if you are not enslaved to these dogmas and have a broad-minded soul - you are welcome to trust in our Sommeliers’ discoveries of carefully selected representatives of Rose wine.

How the Rosè gets its pink colour?
No, it does not come from mixing white with red wine. Rose is made from red grapes, although there are regions where a certain amount of white grapes is allowed in the production process. The colour overflows in the whole range of pink - from pale orange, through salmon, candy pink, to dark, almost similar to the red of a young wine. In which part of the spectrum the final wine colour will be depends on the duration of contact with the hard parts of the grapes - the skins, which are the factor determining the colour of each wine.

Which are the grapes used for Rosé wine?
In principle, each red grape variety allows the making of Rosès from it, but there are some varieties that have established themselves as the most suitable - Cabernet Franc, Syrah, Pinot Noir from France, the latter is traditional for Champagne and Rosès there. The typical blend of southern France - Syrah, Cinsault and Grenache - is gaining more and more popularity around the world, especially with its variation from Provence - a fresh, tender, light and easy to drink wine with a pale and transparent colour. In Italy and Spain, they rely on their local grape varieties for the production of Rosès and the styles are varied depending on the region.

Is the Rosé wine suitable for ageing?
The standard Rosè is made by the technology of white wine, but from red grapes. This suggests that its idea is to be consumed as a fresh drink. However, there are regions and wineries that take this type of wine more seriously and their production is focused on ageing. These are the Rosès from the Bandol appellation in France and some other examples from Spain, Portugal etc. Of course, we should not miss the Champagne Rosès here - especially the vintage ones.

How to choose a good Rosé wine?
Like white and red wine, Rosé can be a very complex and interesting drink, despite the prevailing opinion that it is a light and drinkable everyday wine. In fact, the different styles of Rosè determine the way it is consumed. If you are looking for an aperitif to open your senses or just cool off on a hot summer day, you can always count on non-vintage Champagne or fresh Provencal Rosès. For accompaniment of light salads and appetisers, bet on an elegant Rosè from Bordeaux, and for dishes with fish and seafood you can easily prefer the denser and richer representatives from Italy and Spain.

Rosè from Bulgaria? Why not…
The solemn march of the Rosès around the world does not pass Bulgaria either. More and more manufacturers rely on its production, as the dominant style is Provence - light, fresh, elegant and translucent in colour. Different varieties are used for its production - here our native oenologists don’t stop experimenting - with French and local varieties, as well as a blend between them. Browse the selection of Seewines to find the best examples from all over Bulgaria, especially selected by our sommeliers.