Rosé wine from the Moselle

2022 Dornfelder Rosé Dry

0.75 Liter (€8.67 / Liter)

€6.50
2022 Dornfelder Rosé Off-dry

0.75 Liter (€8.67 / Liter)

€6.50
2023 Pinot Noir Weißherbst Off-dry

0.75 Liter (€9.60 / Liter)

€7.20
2023 Rotling Off-dry

0.75 Liter (€8.67 / Liter)

€6.50

Rosé - light, tasty & trendy.

Rosé wines are particularly in demand in spring and summer, as they offer great refreshment with their fruit and lightness when they are well chilled. They have established themselves as a companion for barbecuing, with light spokes or as an apéritif. Rosé is currently very much in vogue and is in high demand worldwide, which is partly due to prominent brand ambassadors from the film and music industries who cooperate with wineries and bring their own rosé line onto the market.

How is a rosé wine defined?

The most important criterion here is that only red grapes may be used for a rosé. These are vinified like white wines and are therefore only briefly on the mash before it is pressed. The color comes from the skin of the grapes, and the color intensity is determined by the length of the mashing time. To put it simply: When the harvested grapes lie in vats together for a long time and are already lightly pressed, more and more color comes off the skin of the berries, which then goes into the juice.

Rosé, Rotling or Weißherbst?

Biggest similarities: colour, lightness & fruit. That's why all three are grouped under "rosé wine" in our wine shop. Technically, however, a distinction is made as follows: 

Rosé: Must be made from red grapes, but different grape varieties can be blended into a so-called cuvée.
Weißherbst: Must be made from red grapes from a single grape variety and is therefore a single variety.
Rotling: Is a blend of white and red grapes, which are pressed together.

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