Pink semisweet wine is best drunk young. It is not worth aging the drink, as semi-sweet wines do not get better over the years. Pink semi-sweet wine has different shades of color: from pale pink to rich coral.
Different producers-depending on country, region, or brand-have their own standards for wine color. For example, the pink wines of France are pale, almost weightless; while the southern wineries of Italy offer a wine with a rich crimson hue. It is by color that you can choose the perfect wine.
Pink wine is light and delicate. It is refreshing and goes with many dishes. In the bouquet of flavors, fruit and floral notes stand out brightly. There are also meadow herbs, vanilla, berries, mango, lavender.
The aroma of rosé wines is composed of such components as fruit, berries, lavender, spices and meadow flowers. The aroma of rosé semisweet wines is very delicate.