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Buy rosé natural wine

Looking for a nice rosé? Aardig Wijntje has a nice selection of (sparkling) rosé/pink wines with an expressive character from Spain, Italy, France and Austria.

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Biografico Tinto Ligero

Uva de Vida

Biografico Tinto Ligero

€14,50

Red Lab

Luca Bevilacqua

Red Lab

€15,50

Ancestral 2019

Uva de Vida

Ancestral 2019

€18,90

Pink Pet-Nat GSP

Vivanterre

Pink Pet-Nat GSP

€26,50

Spumm Red
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Luca Bevilacqua

Spumm Red

€16,90 Regular price €19,90

Ancestral 2019
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Uva de Vida

Ancestral 2019

€17,50 Regular price €21,50

Perricone

Francesco Guccione

Perricone

€29,50

Winifred
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Gut Oggau

Winifred

€28,00 Regular price €32,00

Red Lab

Luca Bevilacqua

Red Lab

€15,50

wine is seen by many people as a real summer wine, although a hearty rosé also tastes great with a crackling fireplace. The fruity and sometimes spicy taste of the wine and its beautiful pink color make it very attractive. Rosé wine is also called pink wine. This type of wine is made in various regions. Especially popular is rosé from Italy, France and Spain, but rosé is also made in other regions. Looking for rosé with minimal additives or completely without added sulfite? Then choose a natural rosé.


How is rosé wine made?

Rosé is generally made from blue grapes, but there is also increasing experimentation with blending blue and white grapes. The skin of the grapes gives rosé its color. The longer the skin makes contact with the grape juice, the darker the wine becomes in color. Once the wine reaches the right color, the winemaker separates the juice from the solids. Rosé wine can therefore be light orange or bright pink. The grape variety also plays a role here. This is why rosé wines come in many different colors and flavors. Vinification, the way the wine is prepared, also plays an important role in the taste of the final product.


Organic, biodynamic or natural wine rosé

The way the grapes are grown and the additions made during vinification make a rosé wine organic, biodynamic or a natural wine. In organic rosé, the winemaker does not use pesticides, fertilizers or other chemicals on the vineyard. However, additional substances may be added to the wine during vinification. In biodynamic rosé, these rules are also followed, but the winemaker takes nature into account even more. For example, operations are coordinated with the position of the sun and moon. Grapes for rosé nature wine are grown organically or biodynamically. The grapes are picked by hand and then no additives are allowed to be added to the rosé. This means that the winemaker lets nature take its course as much as possible. Only sulfite is sometimes added in small amounts so that the rosé is slightly more stable.


Buy the best rosé natural wine

At Aardig Wijntje you will find some great rosé nature wines. Often these are unfiltered rosé and they contain little to no sulfite. Natural wine is often made in small batches. Because of the few interventions by the winemaker, the taste of the wine varies from year to year. Be surprised by the intense flavors and colors of different rosé wines and discover your own favorite.