Hi, we’re Liz and Ben, authors of Rosés of Southern France. We love rosé wine. We love its diversity, its complexity, and the infinite combinations of terroir, grape variety, vintage variation and winemaking that we find around the world. Many people think we’re crazy. They see rosé as a pale pink lightly alcoholic swimming pool tipple that somehow tastes better if you’re wearing a bikini. That isn’t what this website is about.
Every two to three months, we release long-form, in-depth content that explores the world’s most interesting rosés through experiential story-telling and maps. Wine writing and education should be as exciting and innovative as the wines we talk about, so there are no listicles on pink.wine, and we keep clutter and buttons to a minimum. Let us show you why we find these topics exciting in the way we think is best.
If you haven’t read anything on rosé before, you might want to start by reading our last book, Rosés of Southern France, which covers everything from winemaking to varietals and an overview of the modern southern French rosé world. We’d also suggest reading our guide on how rosé is made. When you feel ready, join us in the Rhone valley for a in-depth look at the historic rosé Cru of Tavel.
You can also catch up on all our previous stories, spotlights, reports and articles via our Explore page.
Please note that this site is still in an open beta as we explore the best way to deliver innovative rosé content. Please feel free to get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org for any feedback!