Rosé gets its special pink color from the skins of grapes. The less time they spend touching the wine, the less red the wine becomes. Rosé is just, like, a little kiss of grape skins: Delicate. Nuanced. Very, very pink. I think of it as a princess drink, but obviously anyone is free to drink it as long as they are legal age, regardless as to whether they feel like a princess.
And now, Los Angeles-based gourmet chocolate company Compartés has brought us the "Roses & Rosé" bar, a truly delightful-sounding blend of white chocolate and rosé which has been lovingly topped topped with edible crystalized rose petals. (Yes, crystalized rose petals.) This treat currently retails for $9.95 a bar — and even better, it's available for purchase even if you don't live in California, thanks to the wonders of the internet. You can order it online from Compartés' website; thus far, at least, it has yet to be sold out, although knowing what I currently know about how the world has clamored after rosé-flavored things this summer, I would advise acting fast.
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