Yes Way Rosé Wine

Yes Way Rosé Wine

Yes Way Rosé Wine

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Introducing Yes Way Rosé Wine, a delightful embodiment of the joie de vivre and laid-back elegance of the French Riviera. Crafted with care by Yes Way Rosé, this wine captures the essence of summer in every sip, offering a taste experience that is both refreshing and enchanting.

Made from a blend of classic Provencal grape varieties, including Grenache, Syrah, and Cinsault, Yes Way Rosé Wine boasts a delicate pink hue and a bouquet of vibrant aromas. Notes of ripe strawberries, fresh peaches, and citrus zest dance on the nose, inviting you to indulge in its bright and lively character.

On the palate, this rosé wine delights with its crisp acidity and subtle fruit flavors. Crisp and refreshing, with hints of watermelon, raspberry, and a touch of floral sweetness, it offers a sensory journey that is both invigorating and uplifting.

Versatile and approachable, Yes Way Rosé Wine is the perfect companion for any occasion. Whether enjoyed as an aperitif on a sunny afternoon or paired with light summer fare, it promises a tasting experience that is both memorable and enjoyable.

So pour yourself a glass, raise a toast to life's simple pleasures, and say "yes" to the enchanting allure of Yes Way Rosé Wine. With its effortless charm and irresistible flavor, it's the perfect embodiment of summer in a bottle. Cheers to rosé all day.

Appearance: Pale pink with a delicate salmon hue, reminiscent of a Provencal sunset.

Nose: The aroma is vibrant and inviting, with notes of ripe strawberries, juicy peaches, and hints of citrus zest. Subtle floral undertones add a touch of elegance to the bouquet, evoking the essence of a summer garden in bloom.

Palate: On the palate, Yes Way Rosé Wine delights with its refreshing acidity and bright fruit flavors. Crisp and lively, with flavors of watermelon, raspberry, and a hint of tangy grapefruit. A delicate sweetness lingers in the background, balancing the wine's vibrant acidity and adding depth to the overall profile.

Finish: The finish is clean and refreshing, with lingering notes of summer fruits and a subtle minerality. A touch of citrus zest provides a crisp, refreshing finale, leaving a lasting impression of the wine's youthful charm and vitality.

In the maceration method, the red wine grapes are macerated with the skins for some time, and then the entire juice quantity is processed into Rosé wine. The duration of skin contact and the skin thickness determine the color of the Rosé.
France is known for producing some of the best rosé wines globally, and it's not hard to see why when you consider the country's history with winemaking. It is typically made from red grape varieties like grenache, syrah and mourvèdre and expresses as a pale pink color with a dry profile.
Does rosé wine have more alcohol or calories than other types of wine? Different types of wine – whether red, white, rosé or sparkling (like prosecco or champagne) – can vary a lot. They are typically around 11-14% ABV, although some can be as high as 14.5% ABV.
Rosé wines can be anywhere from syrupy sweet to bone dry. Older Rosé varieties produced in France and Spain will generally be quite dry, while newer Rosé wines will often have more sweetness.
One drink = 5 ounces of standard wine (12% alcohol). This is most table wines: white, red, rosé, champagne.
Rose wine usually has a lower calorie count than its red and white wine counterparts. Rose wine can have anywhere between 83 and 147 calories per standard pour and 415-735 calories per 750ml bottle. Also Roses with pale pink hues are usually drier, so they contain fewer calories than the brighter blush wines.

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