By Nicole Casagrande
Rosé wines are a popular drink all over the world. Rosé, with its crisp, fresh character, can brighten up any day, which is why rosé wines are becoming more and more popular every year. Although it may seem that the popularity of this wine is new, it has actually been around for a long time and many countries have tried to create the most refined and delicate taste of Rosé. Some regions have received special attention due to their exceptional wine varieties and drinks.
Here we will take you to the best Rosé producing regions , which create one of the best Rosé wines in the world.
Provence, in southeastern France, is known for producing world-class wines, including one of the best rosés you will ever taste. Provence has a long history of wine production and has established itself as a major wine producing area that attracts thousands of enthusiasts each year. Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah, Carignan, Mourvèdre and Vermentino (Rolle) are common grape varieties for the production of Rosé de Provence and are typically harvested at night to preserve their natural freshness. Wineries such as Château d’Esclans, Domaines Ott and Chateau Sainte Marguerite produce iconic wines that are exported around the world and loved by millions. Provence is home to rosé wines such as Whispering Angel and Rock Angel…