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Rose

(rōz),
Edmund, German physician, 1836-1914. See: Rose position.

Rose

(rōz),
Harry M., 20th-century U.S. microbiologist. See: Rose-Waaler test.

rose

(rōz),
1. Any shrub of the genus Rosa.
2. The petals of Rosa gallica, collected before expanding; used for its agreeable odor.
[L. rosa]

ROSE

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Hoping to make a significant impact in the blush wine category, Mystic Cliffs has launched its new White Merlot.
More than 48% of respondents favored white or blush wine for their summer selection, with red wine getting 19% of the votes.
He said the wine he brought was white, but I pointed out that white zinfandel was a blush wine and he returned to the bar for the correct wine.
The 350,000 [pounds sterling] push will focus on the label's White Zinfandel wine in a bid to tell consumers that, despite the name, it is a blush wine.
Or instead of sangria, offer a chilled rose or blush wine
Zinfandel, for example, is so dark it is impossible to run white juice from the black grapes, and hence white zinfandel is a rose, called blush wine in California A rose can be made from any red grape and the variety of grape determines the flavour of the rose.
American rose, or blush wine as it came to be known, was the consequence of two accidents, one man-made and one a quirk of nature.
James Winery Pink Catawba won the sweepstakes award for Best Rose or Blush wine at the prestigious Long Beach Grand Cru International Wine Competition held mid July, repeating a similar win at the Los Angeles County Fair Wines of the World Competition in May.
This light, semi-sweet blush wine enhances light pastas and salads, as well as being ideal for relaxing after dinner.
James Winery's sweet blush wine, was awarded double gold honors, selected from among 2000 wines from 15 countries and 31 states.
Red wine accounted for 37 percent of the sales, and blush wine, 23 percent.
With thousands of new acres of merlot coming into production (acreage has grown from 4,000 to 37,000 acres during the past decade), the winery has secured a supply of grapes sufficient to develop a new style of merlot designed to appeal to white and blush wine drinkers.