Why Spring and Rosé Wine Trend Together

It’s time to shake off a long, cold winter and soak up the sun! For many of us, the perfect spring tonic involves whipping up a fresh herby salad and pouring a glass of rosé. We think this delicious drink pairs perfectly with all seasons, but it does seem like the perfect complement to long, warm days and relaxing evenings.

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The Rosé Wine Trend: Spring Is In

Why are rosé and spring fused together in our minds?

The Color: After months of brown, beige, tan, and white, it’s nice to see some color! From the soft greens of budding trees to pastels blooms, we crave a  new palette. Rosé’s beautiful pink tones are perfect for this time of year.

The Temperature: Late April/May temps hover around 60 – 65 degrees. Ah, lovely! This is also the best temperature at which to serve rosé. It allows the red flavors to enjoy a bit more warmth than when we serve whites (which is best at about 50 degrees).

The Alcohol Content: Summer whites, like Muscadet, Moscato, or Riesling, have an alcohol content of 12% or less. This may be too light for some, but options like Chardonnay, Shiraz, and Pinot Noir, may feel like too much for a temperate spring day. Rosé is a great balance at about 13.5%.

The Food: We tend to turn away from big hearty dishes (roasts, thick soups, etc.) and think about fresh farmer’s market salads, fish, and fruits. Rosé is ideal for these flavors and offers a light, refreshing mouthfeel.

The Celebrations: Does your mood improve in spring? Ours too! Sparkling rosé is the perfect pour for graduations, engagement parties, or Tuesday after a long day at work! This delightful drink can even give champagne a run for its money.

It’s spring, ya’ll! Pour yourself a glass of rosé and savor the flavors of the season.

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