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What Colour is Rosé
If I mentioned rosé, what colour would you think of first? Most people would think pink, but rosé can be so much more.
From the French, rosé is also known as rosado in Portugal and Spanish speaking countries, and rosato in Italy. Rosé can be many different colours, anything from the onion skin orange to a vivid near-purple, including the pink that we know oh so well.
Rosé is quite different to other wines. It incorporates some of the colour from grape skins, but never enough to be classified as a red wine. Rosé is available in still, semi-sparkling or sparkling and has a wide range of sweetness levels.
If this brief history of Rosé has quite literally wet your appetite, then let me entice you further to engage in a voyage of discovery into rosé in its many forms. On Saturday 17 February 2018 from 1 pm to 4 pm, 2KW Bar and Restaurant, located at 2 King William Street, Adelaide, will take you on a journey from Orange in New South Wales through Victoria and into South Australia, before taking you to Italy, Spain and France.
You will get to join the taste-off of the amazing varieties and blends of our beloved rosé. Paired with the rosés from the various provinces will be the freshest Mediterranean food of the season.