Excellent quality, low prices, and a signature, deep-pink color make Cerasuolo d’Abruzzo a must-stock for Dallas sommelier Tiffany Tobey
As climate change drives up temperatures and grape acidity drops, malolactic fermentations have mostly died out for rosés. But for a few key regions, grapes, and producers, rosés with malo still have a place
New countries of origin and higher-end cuvées are increasingly becoming part of the rosé conversation. Learn more about shifting demand with our downloadable infographic
Wine merchants around the country share the rosés they’ll be stocking up on for the upcoming summer season
Stock up early and negotiate exclusive deals with distributors to stand out in this prime rosé sales season
Driven by continued growth of rosé wine, as well as visual appeal in the glass and on social media, the color pink has spread its way across clear spirit categories
Sommeliers from around the country share their must-have rosés to pour this spring
The 2021 vintage underscored the many challenges that southern French producers are facing amidst climatic extremes and rising temperatures. How will it impact their rosés?
The rosé category remains strong, but an influx of generic brands and the lingering impact of 2020 means it’s more crowded than ever. Will quality prevail?
Challenged by social distancing, tariffs, and a wine glut, rosé producers weigh in on what to expect, from bag-in-box and growlers, to a marketing shift for more serious times
Examining what data can tell us about the category’s growth and its future trajectory
The timing of harvest and winemaking adjustments are among the factors producers consider to achieve desired color intensity