Rose wine is the result of the red grape skins touching the wine for a short time. Rose wines are different than red wine as the red skins only stain the wine for a few hours and red wine ferments for skins for weeks at a time. The wine maker is in control over the color and removes the red skins when wine reaches the perfect color. There are several common styles and grapes preferred for rose.
Red and white wines, rose wines are made up from grapes. Rose wine may include both read and white grapes. The health benefits of a rose wine are similar to those of a white wine. Improved cardiovascular health and potent antioxidants.
Moderate alcohol consumption is linked to a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease. Alcohol including alcohol in rose wine thins the blood and raises HDL cholesterol. Rose wine may also help reduce risk of heart disease, heart attack or stroke.