Rosé wine infused with natural grapefruit aroma
Dry, Low Alcohol Apéritif
Grapefruit Wine Is France’s Latest Obsession! In fact, mixing dry wine with fresh fruit juice or syrup is an old French tradition. . Wine cocktails have long been mixed at home in the South of France. Why? It is lighter in alcohol than wine or a traditional mixed drink, and can be enjoyed all summer long in the Southern heat.
You may have heard of kalimotxo, a mix of red wine and Coca-Cola consumed by the Basques, and the popular sangria enjoyed by the Catalan. Meanwhile, those on the French Côte d’Azur have opted for rosé pamplemousse (grapefruit in French), and it was this pink, slightly tart drink that took off through the rest of the hexagon, in
The ready-to-drink wine/juice mix is only recently available on the market. This citrussy beverage is the star of the new market in France for flavored wine-based beverages. The phenomenon started in 2012 with a few bottles sold and now represents more than 40 million bottles sold yearly in France !
The pale pink hue of the wine reminds us of Provence wines, very fashionable and fun! The association of the pomelo vivacity and the wine crispness gives a feeling of freshness and refinement. An explosion of fruits with an elegant touch of bitter sweetness.
Best as an aperitif, with spicy and exotic flavored dishes, or as a refreshment after a meal. To be served chilled.