Rosé is produced from red grapes but is made in the style of a white wine, and therefore served cold.
Its pale colour results from the short contact of the grape skins with the juice. Some wine-producing areas specialise in rose and their high yields result for the most part in unpretentious wines designed to be drunk young.
The Riedel Sommelier Rose glass is shaped to direct the flow of wine onto tip of the tongue, emphasising the wine's fresh fruitiness while tempering its high acidity and bringing out its characteristic red berry and pinewood aromas.
This is the ideal Riedel glass from which to enjoy typically tart, dry rose wines.
The Riedel Sommelier Rose glass is mouth blown from lead crystal.