Underwood Rose Wine
The elegant color of the Cherry Pie Rose is the shade found inside the petal of a cherry blossom. The aromatics are a beautifully complex melange of ripe peach, tangerine and pink grapefruit. Bright and refreshing on the palate, the balanced acidity mingles with layers of citrus, watermelon and Queen Anne cherries, evolving into a fresh and lingering, satisfying finish.
What is Rose?
Rosé sparkling at Schramsberg Vineyards’ cave in Napa, California, USA
a Washington state, USA, rosé wine
Sancerre rose wine from the Loire Valley in France
A rosé ([oze]) is a sort of wine that contains some grape skin color but not enough to be classified as a red wine. Given that it is the easiest wine to prepare using the skin contact method, it may be the oldest type of wine ever discovered. Depending on the grape varietals used and the winemaking processes, the pink color can range from a faint “onionskin” orange to a vibrant near-purple. Typically, rosé, rosado, or rosato are used as the wine’s labels in French, Portuguese, and English-speaking nations.