The Grapefruit Rosé Offers Consumers a Lighter and More Refreshing Wine Option

By: Misel Saban - Apr 19, 2016
References: & eater
The grapefruit rosé produced in Nice, France offers consumers a diverging taste from a traditional red with a citrus wine made from refreshingly fresh fruit. The beverage has a lighter texture, taste and consistency than red wine with the added taste of sweet citrus that is ideal for sipping on its own or adding to cocktails.

Like wine is made from rich concord grapes, the citrus rosé is made using fresh pink grapefruits that render the boozy beverage might lighter in color and taste, as well as alcohol content. The drink features contrasting sweet and bitter notes of the fruit complemented with carbonation from the natural fermentation process. The beverage can be enjoyed on its own, or paired in other cocktails as a base.