White zinfandel is actually a rosé and vastly outsells red zinfandel. Photo: Shutterstock White zinfandel is actually a rosé and vastly outsells red zinfandel. Photo: Shutterstock
White zinfandel is actually a rosé and vastly outsells red zinfandel. Photo: Shutterstock

How zinfandel helped secure California’s place in the wine world and brought rose to the masses

  • Believed to be an indigenous American grape, it was later discovered to be part of a European grape species
  • A versatile grape, zinfandel can be made into many styles of wine: jammy, blackberry- and plummy fruit-packed

Topic |   Wine and Spirits
White zinfandel is actually a rosé and vastly outsells red zinfandel. Photo: Shutterstock White zinfandel is actually a rosé and vastly outsells red zinfandel. Photo: Shutterstock
White zinfandel is actually a rosé and vastly outsells red zinfandel. Photo: Shutterstock
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