This is our Apothic Rosé review.
Are you after a refreshing, fruity, and off-dry rosé with strawberry and raspberry flavors?
And what if I tell you that it pairs well with a vast variety of dishes and it’s very affordable too?
Find below our Apothic Rosé review along with our food pairings recommendations, serving tips, curiosity, and where you can buy it.
Our Apothic Rosé Review
Apothic Rosé review: What's its color?
Apothic Rosé wine has a pale pink color.
If you want to know more on how to taste wine and the lingo that goes with it, check out this article: How To Taste Wine Like a Pro in 4 Steps.
Apothic Rosé review: What are the flavors?
Is Apothic Rosé wine sweet?
No, it’s not. Apothic Rosé wine is an off-dry wine.
Off-dry wine contains between 15-30 g/L.
Learn more about wine sweetness level here.
Apothic Rosé review: Which food pairs well with it?
Apothic Rosé’s high acidity and light sweetness will pair perfectly with salty and spicey dishes.
Classic appetizers are sliced salami/pancetta, fresh and roasted vegetables, bruschetta and salads to name some.
Fish wise go for fattish fish like smoked salmon, spicy tuna, and crab cakes for example
Meat wise go for curry chicken, lamb, and duck for example.
Cheese wise we recommend fresh and semi-hard cheeses like feta, mozzarella, and cheddar to name some.
Apothic Rosé review: What's its alcohol content?
Apothic Rosé wine’s alcohol content is 13%.
In case you wonder about alcohol content or more precisely Alcohol By Volume, i.e. ABV, measure the alcoholic strength of a drink.
There is a direct relationship between the sugar left in the wine after the alcoholic fermentation has taken place, i.e. Residual Sugar or RS, and ABV.
During alcoholic fermentation, the yeast transforms the sugar in the grape juice into alcohol.
Grapes with high residual sugar will therefore produce dry wine with a high ABV.
How many calories are in a glass of Apothic Rosé wine?
According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture  a 5-ounce glass will contain about 120 to 130 calories.
Alcohol contains 7 calories per gram. So a wine with high ABV will have a higher calories per glass than a wine with low ABV.
Furthermore, sugar contributes to the calorie count.
A dry wine will usually have 4 calories per grams vs a sweet wine that will have around 20 calories per grams of carbs, which include sugar.
So expect your glass of White Zinfandel to have a bit more of 130 calories per 5-ounce glass.
What is Apothic?
Here is an extract from the Apothic website itself:
“Inspired by Apotheca, a mysterious place where wine was blended and stored in 13th century Europe, the wines of Apothic are truly unique in style and taste.
Apothic Winemaker, Debbie Juergenson and her team, continues to challenge convention by crafting bold, captivating Apothic Wines.
From vintage to vintage, the character and flavor of the individual varietals guide the shape of each blend.
Conceived to be untraditional and bring innovative wines to market, each sip tells a unique and intriguing story.
Sip Apothic Wines and get ready for anything but ordinary.”
It’s a light, fruity and refreshing rosé blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Zinfandel that for ~$12 offers a good value for your money.
It’s the perfect drink to enjoy on a sunny day on your patio or for a happy hour with friends.
Strawberry, raspberry, and watermelon flavors will complement many dishes from veggies, pasta, fish, meat, and our beloved cheeses.
Try it with prosciutto San Daniele and asparagus, smoked salmon, duck, or feta cheese and it’ll be a delight. At least it was for me!
If you have never tried it, I’m not entirely sure what are you still waiting for.
Once you had it, we’d love to know your opinion, so reach out and let’s know what you think! Enjoy!
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