Answers to the most common questions about rosé wine

Coeur de Rosé Prestige being served in Saint-Tropez

Answers to the most common questions about rosé wine

Rosé wine raises many questions among wine lovers and especially the uninitiated. Today we are going to answer the most frequently asked questions in order to lift the veil on this wine, victim of many prejudices. The goal? To guide you during your next purchase.

How to store a rosé wine ?

To keep a rosé wine at home, it is advisable to offer it the best possible conditions. That is to say, a cellar or a room in which the ambient temperature is optimal: neither too low nor too high. Once opened, a bottle of rosé will keep for a shorter time than a bottle of red.

How long can you keep a rosé wine?

Once opened, a bottle of rosé will keep for a shorter time than a bottle of red. The rosé will lose some of it’s taste in a few days, so it is best to consume it 4 or 5 days (at most) after opening.

What temperature should a rosé wine be served?

Our rosés are best served chilled, at 45°-50° F (or 7°-10° C).

How many calories in a glass of rosé wine?

Approximately 83 calories

How to choose a good rosé wine?

Prefer a rosé wine with a bright and vibrant color, this will be a guarantee of quality. Finally, a good rosé is not necessarily an expensive rosé!

Do you have any other questions about rosé wine? Do not hesitate to ask us in the comments and we will answer as soon as possible.

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