blush wine


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pinkish table wine from red grapes whose skins were removed after fermentation began

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As our survey indicated, consumers enjoy relaxing with their favorite blush wine, and white merlot is a refreshing and crisp accompaniment to any occasion or summer meal.
Winning the Best Rose or Blush wine in two major international wine competitions is a major accomplishment reflecting the high quality of not only our Pink Catawba but of all our Midwestern wines made from grapes grown here in Missouri, Arkansas, Illinois and Michigan," said winery President Andrew Hofherr.
There are approximately 50 million wine consumers in the United States, and 70% of the wines they purchase are served chilled, primarily white and blush wines," says Roger Trinchero, Sutter Home president.
June 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Americans' interest in the possible health benefits of moderate red wine consumption, the increasing sophistication of white and blush wine drinkers, and the popularity of Mediterranean-style cuisines are creating a surge in consumer purchases of light, chillable red wines.
ROSE ANY DAY Almost twice as likely to purchase rose in comparison to baby boomers, millennials are clearly driving purchasing trends for blush wines.
Enhancing their journey to the valley, the Spring Wine Festival presents the opportunity to indulge in the appreciation of red, white and blush wines from across Washington state.
It once produced 20,000 bottles a year and still produces still, sparkling and blush wines marketed under the Cariad label.
Initially in the fall, people continue to enjoy white and blush wines as they squeeze in the last few outdoor adventures before the winter weather sets in," says Cal Dennison, the winemaker at Redwood Creek, a division of Modesto, Calif.
Looking at different wines, sales of rose and blush wines were largely soft, while Merlot continues to suffer from negative associations due to the Sideways film.
SUTTER HOME WINERY launches a new look this spring for its premium and blush wines.
99 [pounds sterling]) will join the brand's Sierra Valley blush wines and should help E&J continue to grow the category, which rose 30% by volume last year [AC Nielsen, GB off-trade Jan-Dec 2004].
Dry and semi-dry roses or blush wines exhibit fresh and fruity flavors and have a moderately high level of acidity.
Red wine sales accounted for 35% market share, increasing sales volume by a fast-paced 9% in 1999 compared to the previous year, and blush wines commanded a 26% share of supermarket wine volume, registering a decline of 3% in sales volume.
California's zinfandel grape is too often used for insipid blush wines.
Not to be confused with white zinfandel or so-called blush wines, real roses offer a wide variety of characteristics thanks to the extensive choice of red grapes from which they can be created.