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Rosé wine is a pleasantly ambiguous product with a very attractive color, halfway between a red and a white, but without being either one or the other.

In terms of color, rosé wine distinguishes itself from reds due to the different duration of maceration, i.e. the contact of grape skins with the must: when the maceration lasts less than 48 hours, the whole process is called rosé vinification.

The nuances that can be obtained are many and depend on the coloring substances present in the grapes. During the visual analysis, we can highlight four ones, particularly characteristic and easily found on the market: copper pink, salmon pink, cherry pink and little red pink.

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