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Wine label: Artists and Château Mouton-Rothschild

Mouton-Rothschild is one of the most famous châteaux in the world and is the first Grand Cru Classé in history. But it is not only to his wine that he owes his fame. Indeed, the castle has gathered on its labels the most famous artists of their time. Today, we are offering you a look back at these wine labels that have marked the history of Mouton-Rothschild!

George Braque in 1955

The 1955 label is for us one of the most emblematic of the château. George Braque, the main initiator of cubism with Picasso, was the one in charge of it. Made to the exact size of the label, his work celebrates a magnificent vintage with great simplicity. Because when wine is so good, it becomes so simple.

Salvador Dali in 1958

The great master of surrealism Salvador Dali illustrates the 1958 label. This legendary 20th century artist proposes a gentle sheep with a childlike look, echoing the name of the castle.

Juan Miro in 1969

The Catalan Juan Miro is in charge of the 1969 label! In the center, a large blood-red grape berry. In the left corner, a “greeting to the colours”. And above all, blue and yellow colours, symbol of the Rothschild family.

Pablo Picasso in 1973

In 1973, Pablo Picasso died. Baron Philippe de Rothschild then decided to pay tribute to him. He will use a Picasso painting from his personal collection for this year’s label. The work is accompanied by these words: “in homage to Picasso (1881-1973)”.

Andy Warhol in 1975

Andy Warhol, an emblematic figure of Pop-Art, is in charge of the 1975 label. Faithful to his habit of diverting classical photos, he juxtaposes here a portrait of Baron Philippe de Rothschild in different positions.

Prince Charles in 2004

In 2004, we celebrated the centenary of the Entente Cordiale, between Great Britain and France. In this respect, it is an Englishman who has the privilege of drawing the label for that year. And not just anyone. Indeed, to echo the role played by King Edward VII in this agreement, Mouton-Rothschild entrusted a member of the royal family with the illustration: Prince Charles.

Jeff Koons in 2010

The American sculptor Jeff Koons, a star of contemporary art, is in charge of illustrating the 2010 vintage. He proposes a rework of the Birth of Venus. Indeed, it is transformed into Venus at the Vessel.

Here are some of the most emblematic labels of the castle. You can find them all on the Mouton-Rothschild website.

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Discover Spanish wines

Spain ranks third among wine producing countries in the world, behind Italy and France. It is a very rich wine-growing country with more than 60 denominations of origin and more than 1,250 different grape varieties. Vines have always been part of Spanish culture.

Through this article, we will introduce you to different wine regions and local wines that will surprise you!

Txakoli: the emblematic wine of the Spanish Basque Country

Not easy to pronounce! Phonetically, it is pronounced “tchakoli”. This is a wine that is made since a very long time on Spanish family farms. This light and sparkling white wine has an alcohol content between 10 and 12%. Its production covers the entire northern part of Spain. However, only the Basque Country has chosen to make it a controlled appellation. Made from slightly green grapes, Txakoli is a wine that offers a certain degree of acidity, which makes it very special.

We recommend Txomin Etxaniz Blanco, which is made by Txomin Etxaniz, a Txakoli wine producer since 1989. Let yourself be tempted!

Manchuela Tinto: a red wine from the Castilla-La Mancha wine region

Castilla-La Mancha is one of the most important wine-growing regions in the world. It is located between Andalusia and Madrid. The weather conditions are very optimal for vine growing. Today it is a famous wine-growing region with more than 450,000 hectares of vineyards. The region has more than 300 cellars that produce red, rosé and white wines. If you are looking to taste a Spanish red wine from this famous region, we recommend Manchuela Tinto. Both light and tasty, this red wine with a pretty cherry color will be perfect to accompany your meat and fish. Feel free to enjoy it as an aperitif with tapas!

We suggest you a bottle of Signo Bobal 2012.

La Rioja: the oldest Spanish wine region

Since the 19th century, red wines have been produced in large quantities in the famous Rioja region. This is the oldest and noblest Spanish vineyard who was the first to obtain the D.O.C. designation. This distinction is the most prestigious in the Spanish classification because it concerns the wines of Spain that offer the best quality. The region is very important and covers an area of 55,000 km². The natural conditions are all there to ensure the production of exceptional wines. In fact, the climate is characterized by moderate temperatures and regular rainfalls. The three wine regions are Rioja Alta, Rioja Alavesa and Rioja Baja. All have their own characteristics and offer fine and elegant wines.

We advise you to enjoy a glass of Cune Reserva 2014. The Cune cellar is one of the big names in the Rioja region. This sweet and tasty red wine is produced from the Tempranillo, Carignan, Graciano and Grenache grape varieties. Tempranillo is the emblematic grape variety of the country, which is present in many wine-growing regions in Spain.

The prestigious wines of the Ribera del Duero: the estate of Vega Sicilia

In the heart of the province of Castile and León you will find Spanish wines of exceptional quality, which are recognized throughout the world. We can particularly mention the prestigious estate of Vega Sicilia. This estate covers an area of 1000 hectares and 210 hectares are devoted to vine growing. Many grape varieties are cultivated but it is the local Tempranillo grape variety that takes over. The particularity of the wines of this estate is the duration of their maturation. Indeed, they are first kept in new barrels for two or three years. Then, they are transferred to older oak barrels, which will allow them to mature for up to four years. This technique gives the wines a surprising and unique result in the mouth!

We wish you a good tasting of these wines!

What to drink by the pool?

Summer has arrived. It announces long afternoons of sunbathing and relaxation by the pool. We necessarily wanted to recommend some wines on this occasion. Here is our selection!

Rosé: Lazy Creek Vineyards, 2016 Rosé of Pinot Noir

The lazy Creek rosé is of color deep salmon to almost pink in the glass. The nose has hints of strawberry and wild honey. In the palate, you may find fresh acid notes.

Pinot Noir: FEL Wines Pinot Noir 2016, Anderson Valley, California

A perfect wine for your chill time by the pool. Well-balanced and easy to drink, the FEL Wines Pinot Noir is a must-have in summer. The mouth is layered and richly textured, with a long palate that leads to a long finish. Not a cheap one though, but it is worth any pennies.

Sauvignon blanc: Bernardus Monterey Country Sauvignon Blanc

Bernardus is probably one of the best producers in California’s Carmel Valley. If he makes amazing red wines, his Sauvignon Blanc is perfect as well. All the grapes are hand-pickled during many successive pickings at various ripeness levels in order to have a broad palette of flavors and acidity levels from which to create the final blend. Definitely worth trying by the pool!

Pinot Grigio: Canyon Road Pinot Grigio, California

Canyon Road wines are known for their affordability. Indeed, most of their bottles retail for less than $10. This one fits really good by the pool. It has hints of green apple and floral blossom. It leaves a refreshing and revitalizing finish on your palate.

Chardonnay: Driftwood Estate, Artifacts, Margaret River, 2015

Smooth and well balanced, this Chardonnay from Drigtwood Estate fits perfectly with the end of the day. The aromas of black berry fruit are enveloped by soft tannins, that carries the wine to a sweet finish.

The Sonoma Valley Wine Region

Also known as The Valley of The Moon, the Sonoma Valley is the birthplace of California’s commercial wine industry since 1850s. There are diverse wine growing regions in this valley. Each region has its own characteristics and allows for the production of excellent wines. Here, you can find more than 10,200 acres of vineyards and more than 425 wineries.

We offer you a tour of this beautiful region and a presentation of some of the most important wineries.

Grape varieties

Most of the vineyards in Sonoma Valley were planted more than a century ago. Of course, the Zinfandel grape variety dominates the cultivation of the vine. It is also called “heritage grape” throughout America. In the 1970s, Merlot and Chardonnay were the grape varieties that were mainly cultivated. Then, Cabernet Sauvignon established itself and became a reference in the production of American wines. However, other grape varieties are also very promising and cultivated such as Syrah, Grenache or Malbec. The valley is located between two mountains offering exquisite and peaceful beauty.

The Buena Vista Winery

In 1857, Agoston Haraszthy, a Hungarian-American, opened the first winery in California. He is known as one of the “fathers of Californian culture”. The cellar is still in operation today and you can visit it. This is the birthplace of Californian wines. It now belongs to a Frenchman, Jean-Charles Boisset, who visited the Buena Vista Cellar at the age of 11.

Kunde Family Winery

This historic family cellar has been in existence for more than a century. Five generations of the Kund family have operated the estate, which has 1,850 acres. The family produces all types of wines thanks to the richness of the different grape varieties grown. Some wines are distributed nationally, but many are exclusive to their own tasting rooms. You can visit this winery and taste the estate’s products!

Gundlach Bundschu Winery

This winery was created in 1858. It is located on a 300-acre farm. They produce different types of high-quality wines, thanks to the family know-how that has been passed down through six generations. Nowadays, the winery focusses on making small lots of ultra-premium wines. Discover Gundlach Bundschu Winery by tasting their wines at their wine tastings and by visiting the property!

Africa: the forgotten wine producing countries

Often forgotten on the list of wine producing countries, several African countries have immersed themselves in the world of wine those recent years. Indeed, wine is becoming an important issue for them, driven by a double demand: that of tourists and that of an emerging middle class. Here is a focus on those countries producing wine in Africa.


3 bottles of namibian red wines

As a neighbour of South Africa, it turns out that Namibia also produces its own wine! And that’s not new. Indeed, it is considered that the first vines were planted at the end of the 19th century by the Catholic missionaries of Collège Saint-Paul. If you choose to do the “Nambia’s Wine Route Between 2 Deserts”, you will be able to discover the 3 cellars of the country. The 3 cellars are separated by a journey of… 1200km!

A very beautiful trip in perspective, that begins in the Naukluft mountains where you can find the Neuras Winery. A committed winery since it aims at financing the Nankuse Foundation, which works to conserve local wildlife. On the wine side, some of the grapes, too watery, are used to produce Brandy. The other part of the grapes, essentially composed of Syrah and Cabernet Franc, were able to produce a first vintage in 2015!

The second area to visit is Kristall Kellerei and it produces two wines. Ruppert’s Parrot Colombard, Namibia’s only white wine, as well as Paradise Flycatcher, a red wine that blends Tinta Baroca, Syrah, Cabernet Ruby, Malbec and Pinotage.

Finally, the last stage of Namibia’s Wine Rout leads to Eronga Mountain Winery. The first vintage dates of 2014. The estate now produces 3 wines. Etosha is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah. Krantzberg is of Bordeaux style, and offers very supple tannins. Finally, Namibian Kiss is a powerful and generous wine with cherry aromas.


Employees pick grapes at the Assiami vineyard on the Batéke Plateau in southeastern Gabon

Gabon’s wine production is located in the plateau of Batéké, south-east of Gabon! A particularly complex place to grow vines. Indeed, the temperature never drops below 24 degrees, the humidity level is 90%, and the soil is made of 98% sand. Faced with these constraints, it is a feat to see that in 2018, more than a thousand bottles were successfully produced. It is a rosé, under the name of Malymas, that  can be found in only two shops of Libreville.


harvest in Ethiopia

11 million bottles per year, that’s Ethiopia’s wine production! Not bad, is it? Especially since this production is divided between only two areas! Awash Winery is the oldest operating estate in the country. Today, the estate produces nearly 10 million bottles per year. And it is interesting to note that they are all considered on the Ethiopian market, and that there are no exports planned for now. Indeed, with a sharp increase in demand, the estate does not even produce enough to satisfy local consumption! One of the major strengths of the domain permitting such a large volume offer is its location. Indeed, close to the equator, it can make up to two harvests per year! Another particularity of the domain is its environmental commitment. Indeed, it permanently recycle the bottles!

The second domain of the country is quite recent. Indeed, Castel Winery was born in 2007, and its first vintage dates of 2014! Here, only one harvest per year is carried out. The weather conditions are interesting: good rainfalls, average temperature of 25 degrees, and sandy soils.


two men walking in a Vyneyard in Kenya

As in Ethiopia, Kenya’s wine production is concentrated around two vineyards.

The Rift Valley Winery’s vineyard culminates between 1900 and 2100 meters. This altitude allows to enjoy cool nights. As for temperatures, they never exceed 32 degrees during the day, and the volcanic soil allows good drainage of precipitation. The first harvest took place in 2002. Today, the estate produces 60,000 bottles and aims to produce millions over the next 10 years.

The second domain in Kenya is called the Yatta Winery. A small vineyard of 13 hectares of vines planted in 1992 on a sandy-silt soil. The estate produces two wines, one red and one white. Particularity of the domain, for financial reasons the wines are sold in… Tetra Pack!


Vineyards in Senegal

Who would have thought Senegal produces wine! Indeed, the country has the only vineyard of West Africa: Le domaine du Clos des Baobabs. The estate bears its name well, since it is composed of 3 small hectares on the edge of a baobab forest. The climate is particularly dry which forces the estate to irrigate its vines. The most important harvest took place in 2016 and gave birth to… 300 bottles! A real feat in this country.

Africa therefore seems to have a lot to show and offer about wine. We can’t wait to taste what’s coming!

Light wines to enjoy your summer evenings

Light wines

With the arrival of summer, we want to enjoy the outdoor evenings again. In this article, we propose a focus on light wines, which are low in alcohol. These wines are perfect for the return of the sun. Indeed, they offer an original alternative and you will love it!

Let yourself be tempted by these wines!

Wines with a high volume of alcohol

Light wines

Today, wines tend to be more alcoholic than they were twenty years ago. Why? Unfortunately, this is a consequence of global warming. The sunshine in the vineyards is stronger. Indeed, the sweeter the grapes are, the higher the alcohol content will be

However, to be considered as wine, a bottle must have an alcohol volume greater than 9%. The exception is sparkling wines because the volume of alcohol must be more than 7%.

Light red wines

Light wines

For an evening with friends, we recommend a red wine from Languedoc-Roussillon. Our suggestion is a bottle of Roc d’Anglade 2016. With its 12% alcohol content, this sweet wine will be perfect.

Are you planning a barbecue? Grilled meats also go very well with lighter and more fruity wines. Choose a Brouilly from Beaujolais or wines from the Loire Valley.

Our recommendation is a Brouilly Cuvée des Poètes 2016 from the Bernard Jomain estate. It has an alcohol content of 12.5% and is very pleasant on the palate.

Finally, you can also choose Italian red wines. Why not try a Barbera d’Asti or a Valpolicella? With an alcohol level between 11 and 12 degrees, these wines are perfect to start a summer evening! We recommend Signore Giuseppe Valpolicella, with 12% alcohol.

Light rosé wines

The return of the sun inevitably reminds us of the pleasant image of a glass of rosé wine on a sunny terrace. Rosé wine is served fresh, and we advise you to plan your next dinners by putting the bottles in the fridge now!

We appreciate drinking a grey rosé from Domaine Casanova. This Corsican wine has an alcohol content of 11.5%. What could be better than a wine that offers lightness and freshness on the palate?

Are you looking for an original and light wine? We know what you need! Try a sparkling rosé. Jean-Paul Brun’s FRV100 rosé is produced in Beaujolais from Gamay vines. This sparkling wine will surprise your guests. In addition, its alcohol volume is only 7.5%!

Light white wines

Light white wines

Finally, it is impossible to forget these fresh and fruity white wines which are very pleasant during our aperitives!

We recommend a wine from the south of France with an alcohol content of 9%. Try a Coteaux du Libron from La Colombette estate. This wine is very pleasant: it is fruity and round on the palate. La Colombette Estate also offers red and rosé wines with an alcohol content of 9%. This is perfect for light wines lovers.

We wish you a good tasting!

Feel free to read our article on the differences you need to know about wine glasses.

Discover the best wineries in Napa Valley

The Napa Valley is considered as the California’s most famous wine region. There are more than 400 wineries, and each has its unique style. In this region, you can enjoy unforgettable wine tasting sessions and tours of wine cellars. Most of these vineyards are family-owned and operated. In this article, we introduce you to some of the best vineyards in the Napa Valley.

Beaulieu Vineyard

Best wineries in Napa Valley

This is one of the oldest producers in the valley. Indeed, this winery was created in 1885. The producers respect classic values such as the art of craftsmanship to produce quality wines. Different grape varieties are planted such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot, Malbec, Merlot and Cabernet Franc. Beaulieu Vineyard offers many options to suit visitors, from the curious to the connoisseur. We recommend that you visit this amazing wine place.


Best wineries in Napa Valley

You will enjoy a visit of one of the top large wineries in the world with over 1,600 acres. The wine makers produce a lot of good wines such as Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Dry Rosé, Zinfandel and many more. Beringer owns a rich portfolio of wines. If you plan on visiting this wine place, you will learn a lot about the tradition and heritage of this historic winery, which has produced wine for 142 years.

Luna Vineyards

Best wineries in Napa Valley

This amazing small estate vineyard was created in 1995. This is the first family-owned winery to plant the Italian variety of Pinot Grigio in the Napa Valley. You can taste their wines in a sunny patio area and it’s a pleasant place. The winemaking team works by respecting the land and restricting the use of chemicals and fertilizers. Plan your visit and enjoy a real tasting experience!

Peju Province

Best wineries in Napa Valley

This Napa winery offers 30 sustainably farmed wines. They produce red wines, white wines and blended wines. It’s more than a winery because you can discover an amazing art collection gallery inside. They also propose unique culinary events. It’s a good opportunity to participate in a wine and food pairing education class.

Stag’s Leap Winery

Best wineries in Napa Valley

This winery was founded in 1970. The 1973 Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon won the Cabernet Sauvignon category during the Judgment of Paris in 1976! We invite you to visit to this magical place. You can enjoy an estate tour, which allows you to explore the history of the winery. At the end, you will appreciate a pleasant wine tasting.

If you want to travel, we advise you to read our article on the best wineries in Chile.


Independence Day: what to drink to celebrate?

Independence Day

Beer is the most popular drink served in summer to celebrate a national holiday. But if you are a wine lover, you are in the right place! Indeed, if you don’t know what to drink to celebrate Independence Day, we offer you some wine recommendations with a bit of History in the following article.

Madeira wine

Madeira Wine

This Portuguese wine from the island of Madeira is the perfect wine to celebrate Independence Day! Indeed, this wine was used by the Founding Fathers to toast the Declaration of Independence. When she was sewing the American flag, Betsy Ross had a glass of Madeira wine on a table next to her. We can say that Madeira is the official July 4th beverage. We recommend you try a glass of the Broadbent 10 years Malmsey Madeira. Enjoy a superb rich Madeira with a rich chocolaty flavor and a concentrated bouquet!



For the 4th of July, nothing is better than opening a bottle of an American wine! Even if the grape comes from Croatia or Italy, this kind of wine is pretty much exclusively American. In fact, it arrived in America in the early years of the 19th century. The success was immediate, especially in both Napa and Sonoma counties. Today it is a very appreciated American reference wine. We recommend you try a glass of Seghesio Sonoma Zinfandel 2016. It’s the perfect wine to celebrate July 4th around a barbecue.

Rosé wine

Rosé wine

This Independence Day can be celebrated with Red, White and Rosé with a wine from the patriotic state of Washington. Indeed, rosé wine is perfect for summer and it can be a good choice for Independence Day. Our recommendation is a bottle of Charles & Charles 2014 Rosé from Washington’s Columbia Valley. This wine is a blend of Syrah, Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon, Mourvèdre, Cinsault and Counoise. It offers aromas of orange, citrus and strawberry. You’re going to love its very pale yellow-pink color.

Chardonnay, an American icon

Jordan 2015

How about drinking a wine that is an American icon for Independence Day?

Chardonnay is a famous grape from France’s Burgundy producers. But it was adopted very quickly by the Americans and today it’s a renowned wine. We recommend you try a glass of Jordan Chardonnay 2015. It’s produced in the Russian River Valley. This wine is ideal to start your aperitif, it will feel like fireworks of flavors for your palate on Independence Day!

We wish you a happy Independence Day!

To wait until July 4th, don’t hesitate to read our article on the best wine bars in New York.

New York : Where to drink a glass of wine?

Wine in New York

The arrival of good weather announces the return of long evenings with friends. What’s better than going out in a bar and enjoying a glass of good wine? But, in New York City there are so many places to drink wine that you can be a little lost…

With this article, we want to help you choose your next wine bar. Here is our selection of the best places to grab a glass of wine in New York!

Rooftop Reds

Rooftop Reds

First of all, we advise you to try an original place: Rooftop Reds, in the historic Brooklyn Navy Yard. This amazing wine bar is the first vineyard and winery on a rooftop in the world! Thanks to the Finger Lakers industry leaders and Cornell University, this innovative place has developed an urban planter system for viticulture. The rooftop is open from April to October and you can enjoy a beautiful view of the Manhattan skyline. There, you can do a wine tasting or just grab a glass of wine.

La Compagnie des Vins Surnaturels

La compagnie des vins surnaturels

The second place you are advised to go to is La Compagnie des Vins Surnaturels (or Supernatural Wines Company if translated from French). This lovely wine bar focuses on a French wine list. You have the choice among 25 wines by the glass and you can also taste a selection of French dishes. The bar atmosphere is very cozy and it’s perfect for having a glass with some friends!

June Wine Bar

June Wine Bar

If you are a natural wine lover, you will love June Wine Bar. Enjoy a glass of natural wine in an intimate and cozy atmosphere. Do not miss the happy hour at 5:00 pm. The owner wants to create a Brooklyn version of a Parisian natural wine bar. We also encourage you to taste the delicious dishes prepared by the chef because the menu is based on farmer and seasonal products.

Brooklyn Winery

Brooklyn Winery

Our wine bars’ tour continues at the Brooklyn Winery. This famous place is both a winery and a wine bar. They offer their own wines: the Brooklyn Winery Wines. You can taste it by the glass and, if you wish, you can also buy bottles. The Brooklyn Winery is the perfect place for wine lovers because it allows you to try some local wines in a relaxing environment!

Corkbuzz Wine Bar


Then, we invite you to try Corkbuzz Wine Bar. There are two different bars in New York (in Union Square and in Chelsea Market). The choice is large because these bars offer about 35 wines by the glass and a selection of 250 bottles. In addition, you can participate in many wine classes by booking in advance.

The Aldo Sohm Wine Bar

Aldo Sohm Wine Bar

Finally, we couldn’t not talk about this amazing wine bar in our article: The Aldo Sohm Wine Bar. Aldo Sohm is the chef sommelier in Le Bernardin, a three Michelin stars restaurant. This wine bar is located next to Le Bernardin. It offers over 40 wines by the glass and more than 200 bottles. The decoration is modern and original.  Enjoy a glass of wine in this famous modern wine bar!

However, if you want to stay at home, check our article “Netflix: what to drink while watching your favorite series?“.

All you need to know about rosé wine

If you are looking for a wine to serve as an aperitif with friends, fruity rosé wine can be a perfect choice. The great news is, its price is within everyone’s reach. This pink wine, in fact, is considered as the king’s wine intended to accompany fresh meals.

The story of rosé

It is the oldest of the wines. Provence is the first region where rosé wine production was born. The first vines were planted in the Provence region by the Greeks who founded Marseille. The wine was light in color at the time.

After crushing the grapes, the juice was put into fermentation. The maceration method was carried out in accordance with tradition. Indeed, the grapes had to be separated from the juice during fermentation.

As soon as the Roman Empire flourished, the progress of viticulture crossed all the Gaulle. Later, the church sees itself in full use of clear wine. Its production and marketing are continuously increasing. Clear wine is defined as a healthy and fresh wine at that time.

Why is rosé pink?

The more the must is macerated in contact with the skin, the more intense the color of the wine will be. Therefore, by separating the must from the wine, the coloring is less pronounced. In other words, it is the pigments contained in the skin of the black grapes that make rosé pink.

The 3 types of maceration 

The rosé of maceration: Made with black grapes. Maceration must be short, and last between 12 and 32 hours in order to vary the color of the rosé. Then, the aim is to separate the berries from the skin, the pulp, the seeds and the grape juice. During the vatting process, the pigments contained in the grapes impregnate the juice in order to provide a pink color.

The rosé of pressing: Vinification in white or red grapes. It is strongly recommended to press the grapes with the skin, since salmon rosé is the desired color. It is a lighter rosé than the maceration rosé. This vinification consists of pressing the grapes directly after the harvest. After this, the juice is put into vats and fermented afterwards.

The bleeding rosé: Made like the maceration rosé, the bleeding rosé wine is made from red grapes. The maceration of the red grapes during its production does not take long in the vat. After half a day, the juice in the vat turns pink and the vat is then bled. Bleeding the vat means that the must is transferred to a different barrel where the wine will be fermented. The rest of the must will therefore be used to make red wine.

Some varieties used for rosé wine

Several grape varieties are used today to make rosé wines. Cinsault, Syrah, Grenada, Pinot Noir, Gamay, are, among others, the essential grape varieties for the production of rosé wines.

Want to learn more about the colour of wines? Check our article on the fifty-shades of wine.