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Buy rosé wine online?

Buy your favorite rosé easily online at Hetwijnportaal.nl or come to the Boonstoppel Wijnen store. The rosé wine is described in detail. Are you not sure? Please do not hesitate to contact us! If you order before 4 pm and we have it in stock in the store, we will send it to you immediately. Did you know that with 12 bottles you get an 8% discount (except for offers).

Provence rosé, order the best!

Rosé is a very own wine type; it is not a light red wine and certainly not a result of mixing red and white grapes! Making good rosé is a delicate process. In Provence they have made it a specialty. The typical Provence rosé is pale in color and has a light alcohol content (usually 12 to 12.5% alcohol). The latter is nice when it is warm and if you order a bottle for lunch.


We have built up our range of rosé wines over more than 25 years. All this expertise ensures beautiful rosé wines for the pure wine lover and delicious drinkable rosé wines for the novice wine drinker or parties.

Today, rosé vinification is carried out in two ways. In the so-called saignéex method, part of the red wine is tapped in the initial phase of the fermentation, usually 15-20%, with the aim of increasing the concentration of the (red) wine. The tapped part is then further fermented as white wine and this becomes the saignée rosé. The wines made in this way often have a relatively deep, strawberry color, a fair amount of body and aromatic complexity.

Rosés from Provence are usually made with pressurage direct or direct pressing,
preceded by several hours of cold soaking for aromas and color extraction. It
squeezed juice is then vinified as white wine. This type of rosé has a lighter, salmon-like color
color, a light body and aromatic finesse. From ancient times there was a preference for this type
wines. So this is in fact the 'traditional' version! This style sets Provence apart from the
most other rosés in the world, because they are often made with the saignée method.
A disadvantage of the focus on the primary, fruity aromas is the relatively short shelf life of the
wines. In fact, they should be drunk in the year following the harvest. In addition, the
period in which they are normally consumed, spring and summer, is short.