Blush Wines

| Posted by Megan for Sutter Home

Keeping with our pink theme this month here’s a little Wine 101 about Blush Wines:

- There is a difference between blush and rosé wines: blush are sweeter and a lighter pink, while rosé are dry and a deeper pink.

- If you’re planning a trip to Europe and can’t live without your blush wine, don’t be surprised if you get a blank stare when you order it. Countries in Europe refer to all pink wine as rosé.

- You can try to make your own! This isn’t how the professionals do it, but you can create blush wine by adding red and white wine together. It might be fun to serve it alongside actual blush wine and see if anyone can tell the difference!

- Food to pair blush wine with: poultry, pork, seafood or any spicy cuisine.

- Interested?! Try these blush wines from Sutter Home: White Zinfandel, White Merlot, and Pink Moscato!

And don’t forget, you can order wine from our online store One Stop Wine Shop straight to your door! *Some states not eligible due to state laws (so find it in a store near you!)



Comments

Submitted by Sandy on

Just wanted to let you know how much I LOVE THE PINK MOSCATO. I bought my first bottle today and what a real treet. I have been drinking the Moscato for a long time and love it also but the pink is perfect. Will definately purchase more and by the way THANK YOU SOOOOOO MUCH FOR THE SCREW CAP.

Submitted by Adele on

I have to say that I bought my first bottle of Pink Moscato at Sam's Club and I love it. I called my friend about it and told her that I was going to buy her a bottle and now she can't wait. I hope that the Pink Moscato stays. I agree with Sandy on this. I will be buying more.

Submitted by I.G on

I bought my first bottle of wine for my birthday and this was so good . I love it , and the color please continue to make more of this . This made my first wine experience very enjoyable and will buy again .

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