It may seem to many that Riesling and Rosé are the same, considering the sweetness, color, and how many who enjoy Rosé will also enjoy the parent grape wine of Riesling, Gouais Blanc. So let’s talk about this comparison and get to know our wines a little better before deciding how close they might be… Continue reading Riesling vs. Rosé: The Untold Similarities, Differences & Selection Criteria
Moscato and Rosé are light to medium-bodied wines with long Italian histories. Rosé is an old-world wine competing against new-world wines. But it holds its own by having a decent amount of alcohol and complexity that white wines can’t achieve. Since Rosé is a category of wine, even Moscatos can be Rosé or pink. What… Continue reading Moscato Vs. Rosé
At 12.5% to 16% ABV, white Zinfandel has a relatively high alcohol percentage. Despite its confusing name, it’s a rosé or pink wine. It’s traditionally quite dry, but winemakers produced sweet white Zinfandel more often when it began gaining popularity around the 1970s. Very sweet white Zinfandels are an outlier in terms of alcohol content,… Continue reading White Zinfandel Wine Alcohol Percentage?
Rosé wine can be sweet or dry, so whether you prefer wine sweeter than fruit or drier than the Sahara, there’s probably a rosé wine for you. There are a few different methods of making rosé wine, and they can be made from different types of grapes found all over the world. This variety in… Continue reading Is Rosé Wine Sweet or Dry?