Not your grandma’s rosé

The pink stuff is gradually shaking its bad reputation and growing in Ontario.

Flickr Photo: Susanne Nilsson
The pink colour of rosé wine tends to be produced from the length of time the grape juice stays in contact with the skins, known as maceration.
Asha Hingorani
Published: Wednesday, 05/20/2015 12:00 am EDT

Once derided as a sickeningly sweet drink only your grandma would glug, rosé wines are finally coming into their own in Ontario.

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