The Little Book of Rosé

75,00 kr.

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Colors: Rose
Languages: English

Anything is possible with sunshine and a glass of rosé.

Pale and delicate or robust and ruby red, rosé has fuelled a revolution in the drinking world. Take a dip into this fact-filled book and discover the fascinating history of the pink drink, along with truly informative details on the winemaking process, types of grapes, growing regions of the world and the best ways to select and serve your rosé. Celebrate the halcyon days of summer all year round with 20 cocktail recipes and a variety of food pairings. Amuse yourself with entertaining quotations and sayings that capture the love of rosé. Explore fun facts, stats and trivia. There is something here for everyone, whether you prefer your Provence dry and sparkling or you’re a brosé who loves frosé.

‘I think a rosé should have that inherently Pavlovian-to-women peachy-pink quality that just draws us in. I don’t know what it is about us girls, but we love pink’
Drew Barrymore, Instagram

‘I love rosé more than any member of my biological family’
Josh Ostrovsky, Instagram

‘Rose wine is like your little black dress… there’s one for breakfast, lunch and dinner’
Sommelier Belinda Chang,

The Mateus Rosé bottle was inspired by the canteens used by soldiers in the First World War. And during the Cold War period, Mateus became one of the most drunk wines by US Army soldiers stationed to European bases.

Provence is one of the world’s biggest rosé-wine-producing regions, dedicating 89 per cent of their vines to rosé!

In 2016 a New York Italian bar called Bar Primi made a rosé slushy with rosé wine, vermouth and puréed strawberries, called the frosé, that became a real-life and Instagram hit.


Weight 0,2 kg
Dimensions 12 × 1,8 × 14,5 cm




ISBN 9781800690516

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