Rosé wines are rapidly becoming a go to for everyone; not just the ladies. Many men I know are often selecting a Rosé wine for its’ refreshing flavours and textures. Common flavoursmay include red fruit, citrus and sometimes rhubarb. The grape that is used to make the Rosé wine is also very important as the flavours will vary greatly depending on the grape used. Pale-colored rosé made from grenache from Provence in France will taste of honeydew melon and citrus while deeper coloured Rosé wines can come from the New World and be made from Shiraz, Zinfandel or Pinot Noir. Either way the popularity of Rosé wines is hard to ignore. I personally think they can be the ideal aperitif for Singapore’s warm evenings.

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