The Rise of Rosé

Sit back and enjoy a glass of Natura Rosé with its vibrant historical notes as we take a look into its heritage:

Natura Wines explains the rise of Natura Rosé.

Rosé has a past as intriguing as its flavors. Dating back to the Greek empire, this light-colored wine was a favorite of the ancients and continues to be one of the top-selling wines today. It’s known for its diverse coloring and flavors, which can range from very dry to sweet, making it a good choice to satisfy a range of palates.

Rosé hails from the Provence region of modern-day France. The ancient Greeks introduced wine to the area in 600 B.C. and also brought the first grapevines which would set the foundation for wine making in the region. When the Romans arrived in 125 B.C., rosé being produced in the area was already well-established as one of the finest in the world.

After the fall of the Roman Empire, new invaders brought different methods and technologies for wine production. Rosé in the area saw an even more dramatic change during the Middle Ages, along with huge growth. The 14th century monks who arrived took over the vineyards and turned the wine into a size-able revenue stream. Soon, rosé became the wine of the nobility, with royalty and aristocrats being the primary consumers of the beverage.

Today, rosé is enjoyed by people from all walks of life, and it is produced in various regions of the world. With colors ranging from pale orange to near-violet, rosé exhibits complex flavors with fruity and floral notes that pair nicely with a variety of foods. And, when you opt for organically grown and responsibly harvested variations, you can feel good about imbibing these healthy wines.
Natura rosé is excellent local choice that rivals that of the most famous Provençal rosés. Our organic rosé features aromas of cherry and blackcurrant with full-bodied flavor and a crisp finish. Whether you’re looking for a light accompaniment to sushi or a real patio pounder, our rosé promises to satisfy.