Rosé wine is subtle in colour and is usually characterised by fruit aromas. In Italy, there are few regions specialised in high quality rosé wines production: Puglia, Veneto and Abruzzo.
Rosé wines are very versatile when it comes to combinations with food: they perfectly match with starters, and fish or meat first and second courses. Rosé wines should generally be drunk within 2-3 years after the harvest, they have an alcohol content lower that red wines and an acidity level lower than white wines.
Make Italy selects only the best rosé wines in Italy, in order to help you discover a type of wine that is still little known.