submitted by Yvan Duvant
Rosé wine is made with red grapes, the same grapes used to
make a red wine.
wine has a red color because the winemaker leaves
the solid elements of the grapes into the tank where
the juice is fermenting. The solid elements called
pomace are the skin, pips and stems of the grapes.
They give wine its red color. The longer they stay
in the fermentation tank, the darker the color will
be. It can take several days or several weeks.
the winemaker wants to make a rosé wine, he
needs to leave the solid elements with the juice
for a short period a time, usually just a few hours.
When the winemaker is happy with the color of his
rosé wine, he removes the skin, pips and stems
from the tank.
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