Rose Wines are also referred to as Blush wines and exhibit flavors closer to Reds but with the light personality of Whites. RosÚ wines have a light reddish tinge and their color varies depending on the grapes involved. It is the result of crushing the red grapes early so that they contain less tannin. Due to their light taste and overtones closer to reds, they are popular during late Spring and Summer. While not true a true RosÚ Wine, White Zinfandel is among the most popular in the category. Small batch produced Rose Wines exhibit unique characteristics and special qualities. One glass will reveal why they are becoming so popular with experienced wine lovers.