Summer may be coming to an end in the northern hemisphere, but it will soon be starting in the southern hemisphere. You can honor the start or end of summer with some rosé, an increasingly popular drink for warmer months.
Rosé is a type of wine known for its beautiful pink color. This blush-like shade occurs when the grape skins are allowed to soak in the juice for a shorter period of time, compared to red wines, before it starts to ferment.
Just like other wines, there’s a wide range or variation when it comes to rosé, with flavor profiles ranging from fruity to floral and combinations of the two. Rosé is the perfect wine for sipping on its own, but it also pairs well with many kinds of sweet and savory foods.
Rosé-lovers unite! And, check out this list of some of our favorite Japanese snacks and sweets that pair perfectly with different kinds of summer rosé.