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Rosť - (Roe-zay)

Pink wine, traditionally made not by blending red and white juice (although some inexpensive wines do this), but by using red grapes and removing the skins from the fermenter before they have had time to impart much color. Also sometimes labeled "Vin Gris" ("VaN Gree," literally "gray wine") and, among popular, low-cost American pink wines, "blush." Although the blush fad included many forgettable wines, a good, dry, crisp rosť or vin gris can be a refreshing treat on a hot summer day.



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