Winter Rosé

Winter Rosé

Winter Rosé

Winter Rosé is not only a new wine, but also a whole new concept. Because Winter Rosé does not yet exist, the word and image trademark is protected in the European Union. The use of the Winter Rosé name on a label is reserved exclusively for winemakers authorised by the Winter Rosé company.

Why do we usually drink rosé in spring and summer? The answer is simpler than you think. The flavour profile of rosé does not fit well with autumn and winter. If you think about it, you no doubt - like many others - arrive at a completely different taste profile. Perhaps the complete opposite of the rosé you regularly drink. The first wine named Winter Rosé was developed in close cooperation with winemaker Thomas Ludwig of Wijngut Gebr. Ludwig. The vineyards are located on the Moselle near the town of Thörnich. The winery is among the best in Germany and was the first to receive the right to use the name and the accompanying quality logo.

Winter Rosé has the festive colour of a red bauble. In the glass, light dances as it is partially transmitted and reflected in the glass. A glass of Winter Rosé therefore creates a warm atmosphere. The nose is expressive and spicy with hints of red fruit jams, on the palate the rosé is round and layered and well balanced with mild acidity. In the finish, a little bitterness.

Winter Rosé food combinations are still being explored. In particular, it is restaurant chefs who are focusing on this. It appears so far that Winter Rosé goes very well with winter stews that are not too sweet. Think of endive stew (bacon/pine nuts/chopped meatball), kale stew (with smoked sausage), lamb's lettuce stew and string beans stew. Dishes containing carrots are quickly too sweet.


The elegant Medalla Real Reserva Chardonnay has a golden yellow colour. With aromas of tropical fruit and grapefruit, combined with notes of vanilla. The lingering finish is characterised by pleasant acidity and sweetness.


Delicious with mashed corn salad with softly cooked and confit duck.




More information at WINTERROSÉ.EN

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