Born Rosé Wine

A special rosé wine, born in a special city, with the aim of being a reflection and inspiration of a lifestyle.
Life is too short to drink bad wine!
We believe that the world of wine can be more laid-back and fun. That is why we have created a different brand - BORN ROSÉ BARCELONA

Born Rosé Wine created in Spain's iconic Penedés region, touched by the sea breeze

Awards

Rated among the top 1% of wines in the world on Vivino
THE GLOBAL ROSÉ MASTERS - INT CANNED WINE COMPETITION - INT BUBBLES AWARDS
Gold Medal
2020-2021-2022
Rated on Trustpilot with
4,5 - Excellent

BORN ROSÉ BARCELONA
The first DIGITALLY NATIVE WINE BRAND

A special coupage produced from multiple tastings



Testimonials

Organic wine from ecological resources

IFS Global Markets Food Certificate

Blog posts

Is brut rosé wine sweet?

Is brut rosé wine sweet?

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When to drink rose wine?

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Do you decant rosé wine?

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Wine Bottle Sizes

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Does rose wine have gluten?

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How much do you know about rosé wine?
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At Born Rosé we want to make sure you know your basics when it comes to rosé wine, so we have prepared a few questions and answers to common questions about rosé. Get ready to test your knowledge and see how much you know about your favorite pink drink.

Is rosé wine made from white or black grapes?
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Rosé wine is made from black grapes and is ‘not made’ from mixing white and red wine together; that sort of wine would be called a blush wine. To make a rosé the crushed grapes and skins undergo a maceration process at controlled temperature and pressure. The pigmentation from the skins is transferred just enough to gain the many shades of pink.

Where does rosé wine come from?
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Typically you would think about Provence France when it comes to rosé wine. About 90% of the wine produced in Provence is rosé. However, rosé wine production has extended to other countries and regions such as northern Spain and the United States west coast where some of the best quality rosés are produced. Born Rosé is made in the iconic region of the Penedés in northern Spain, one of the most important wine regions in the country.

Are darker-colored rosés sweeter than pale ones?
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A darker-colored rosé simply means the wine had a longer maceration time than pale-pink rosés. As a result of a longer maceration time, pigments from the skins have more time to transfer to the wine. The resulting is also low in sugar and high in tannins which provide bitterness and astringent properties. The Born Rosé color is a pale rose petal with bluish reflections. Our delightful rosé has a nice and sweet entrance coupled with a complex aromatic intensity and slight acid finish.

Another important thing is that color is not related to quality. In fact, our Born Rosé organic wine has been rated among the top 5% of wines in the world. As said by vivino.com. Our wine has been crafted by one of the masters of the iconic Penedés region in Catalonia using 100% organic Grenache grapes.

Is the vintage important in rosé wines?
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The vintage of a wine is simply the harvest year. This is important for wines because the taste may vary significantly from one harvest to the other. Rosé wine may have aging potential, but it is not usually stored for long periods of time. Instead, rosé's vintage is usually not older than 3 years in order to keep the wine refreshing and with high aromatic intensity and complexity.

What food should I pair with rosé wine?
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Rosé wine is versatile and comes in many different varieties from very sweet to very dry. Chances are that you will find the perfect rosé for barbecues, cocktails, and appetizers of different sorts and flavors. You will find that BORN ROSE goes particularly well with all kinds of Mediterranean cuisine, seafood, sauteed vegetables, salads, and different appetizers.