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Making Provence rosé

A modern winery adapted for making rosé, at Château de Berne Rosé is a technical wine. This past few days I’ve been quizzing winemakers on just how they go about making it. Here’s a short introduction to making rosé wines, and how the winemaking decisions have implications for the final flavour. Reception area for machine-harvested [...]
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