Rosé wines are made from red grape varieties and limiting their exposure to tannins. The grape skins are removed after a short period of time, leaving some color but not as much as in a red wine. When you’re planning a bachelorette, brunch, wedding shower or wine and cheese party, consider classing it up with a Platinum or Gold rosé or blush. Try serving them with an impressive charcuterie board at your next wine tasting event.
Mist wines are made from berries and orchard fruits rather than grapes. They’re a great beer or cooler alternative because they’re lower in alcohol. Mists are fabulous on their own or you can mix them with soda water. Add a few fresh berries and you’ve got a delicious spritzer. You can also add fresh fruit to make a sangria. Plan to have these at your next barbecue or casual party for those who don’t feel like having a red or white wine, beer or cider. Turn on your creativity and serve some mist wines with exotic fruits. You can’t beat the price!
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