Prosciutto is great to be eaten on its own but, when paired correctly, its taste and flavor shine even more. That’s why rosè wine, with its pink color that can range from a pale “onion-skin” orange to a vivid near purple, can be an awesome pairing. Even though many are convinced that this wine is born from the mixing of white and red wines. Rosé wine, was born in Italy during the Second World War. In many cases the process begins like the one of red wines. The reason why the final color is pink; is because the process that follows has the same steps as the white vinification. However, since this wine has low tannins level rosè and prosciutto make the perfect combo.

The high level of salt in prosciutto and its dryness make it perfect with sparkling rosè.

Picking the right wine is very important since a wrong wine pairing can drastically change the meat’s taste and might create an awful effect.

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