Mae is outside with Mike Taylor from Nugget Market discussing the different rosé options champagne lovers can indulge in. The popular drink is not made from a specific grape variety but from a blending of multiple red varieties. In fact, the pink color comes from red grapes that are lightly crushed and the juice soaks with the red skins for a little while — from a few hours to a few days. The longer the grapes’ skins are left sitting in the wine, the darker the pink color of the finished rosé.
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