One of the advantages of rosé wine, and its main strength, is that it can be easily adapted to all types of dishes and accompaniments.
A glass of rosé can thus be drunk as well during the aperitif as throughout a meal.
As a direct result of its origins in the south of France, rosé wine goes particularly well with Mediterranean cuisine, whether tapas, dishes based on fresh vegetables, fish and olive oil.
This is particularly the case for the Hampton Water cuvée, a mineral and intense rosé wine, the result of the collaboration between the artist Jon Bon Jovi, his son Jesse Bongiovi and the winemaker/entrepreneur Gérard Bertrand.
Rosé will also go very well with typical dishes such as ratatouille, bouillabaisse, tabbouleh, mixed salads, carpaccios, and of course during a barbecue as an accompaniment to grilled white or red meats, fish or shellfish.
The rosé wine can also be served with spicy dishes from world cuisine.
On cheese, it will go wonderfully with fresh, goat or sheep cheeses but also with soft cheeses
Finally, thanks to its roundness, its freshness and its minerality, rosé wine can accompany summer desserts such as fruit salads , ice creams & sorbets, fruit pies, granitas and other frozen smoothies!