• Long Island

    7 Rosé’s From Long Island Wine Country

    Taste of Rosé on Long Island Many of us recently celebrated National Rosé Day last month, or are still celebrating it, and are enamored with this rose-colored wine. You might just be wondering how it gets that pink, rosy color. Basically, rosés are made from skin-fermented red grapes.  Fermentation occurs for a shorter period of time (shorter than the time it takes to make red wine).  As the juice turns to a blush color, skins are removed and fermentation gets completed without the skins.  Voilà-rosé! Long Island Wine Country produces many delicious rosés. What better way to spend a day is there, than to spend a day nearby tasting rosé?…

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