Did you know that rosé outsells white wines in France? Apparently it's a dominant staple in the country’s culture and cuisine, and has been the top seller since 2008. They produce 34% of all rosé made in the world.
While you might associate rosé as something sweet, consumers preferences have shifted over the last 10 years to a paler, drier rosé. Now deciding on which to drink is more about the color than the grapes for most. And the most popular are the pale, perfumed ones of Southern France, most notably Côtes de Provence.Read More