rose wine

Rose wines are produced from red grape varietals but do you know why their color isn’t red? It is because in making rose wines, the red skins of grapes are in contact with the grape juice only for several hours unlike with red wines when both come in contact for weeks. Therefore, rose wines possess little tannins so you can have them chilled.

Rose wines are best consumed during their 1-3 years of age.

But what perfect time can you have rose wine when everybody says drink red wines with meats and white wines with poultry and fish? Here are the best answers:

  • When you’re out for dinner and your partner is having meat while you’re having fish (or vice versa)
  • During those times when you think a red wine is too heavy.
  • If you’re craving for fried chicken, hamburgers, salads, or sandwiches for lunch.
  • On barbecue picnics at the park
  • If you want to stop drinking beers and sodas, rose wines are great substitutes.
  • Rose wine is perfect for spit roasts, and other barbecue dishes
  • Do you want some cubed ice in your wine? Rose wine is perfect for it.
  • For pink occasions like Valentine’s Day or debut parties

To experience the best Rose wines, Just Wines recommends you try our Premium Rose 6 Pack:

We have put together a fabulous six pack of Top Quality Premium Rose ready to chill and devour!

Just "chill for a thrill" with this top shelf hand picked Rose selection from the best wine regions around Australia, featuring King River Sangiovese Rose from King Valley VIC, Digger's Bluff Lap Dog Rose from the Barossa Valley SA, Brown's Farm Rose from the Hunter Valley NSW and Vinaceous Salome Tempranillo Rose from Mt Barker WA.

These are absolutely the best roses ever!