With the first days of spring comes the first glasses of rosé. Rosé comes in many colors, from delicate pale pinks to vibrant fuchsias, in a range of styles to match. Many different grape varietals are used to make rosé, including Grenache, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cinsault, Pinot Noir, and many more. Some of the most famous rosés come from Provence, though they can also be found in California, Oregon, Italy, and throughout France. Most rosés are refreshing and crisp, offering appealing fruit aromas and a clean dry palate: the perfect summertime refreshment.