Don't be fooled by the pink color: rosé is a serious wine for serious wine connoisseurs. It's not sweet, it doesn't taste like bubblegum, but it's a terrific meal partner—and in the summer, pink is the color you want to drink. Rosé wines are delightful because they have a low to medium alcohol content, a wonderfully aromatic scent, lively acidity, and a refreshing blast of red berry flavors. (I usually avoid wine terms that don't conjure up images of taste or texture, but "charming" certainly applies to rosés. When you're drinking, the delicious zing of acidity entices you to take another sip. When you're eating, it prepares you for another piece of food that encapsulates the enchantment of eating and drinking. Best Rose wines are coming from France, no doubt.
And as they are so romantic and delicate, they are perfect for first dates! Despite its color, French Rosé is regarded as a sophisticated and manly wine. So, which of these wines are best for gentlemen, and which ones are best for your date night? First, let's see what happens. Sangiovese Rosé is the most OK pick if you and your partner enjoy fruity flavors. Sangiovese is known for its strawberry, green melon, roses, and yellow peach characteristics, balanced with light acidity.