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Brunch and rosé


Rosé wine: So many possibilities!

Because there are plenty of opportunities to open a bottle of rosé, we suggest three perfect occasions to enjoy a glass casually, the perfect sidekick for your next gourmet moments.

Published on March 31, 2022

Pairings: Which foods to serve with rosé?

The possibilities for pairing rosé wines are very varied, so we've come up with a few suggestions using the taste tags, as well as three opportunities to delight your guests by putting rosé wines in the spotlight.

Fruity and Light taste tag

Rosés with the "Fruity and Light" taste tag

Although rosés are great on their own, their subtle flavours and delicate aromas are at their best when paired with food. Rosés with the “Fruity and Light” taste tag pair wonderfully with seafood canapés, white fish spreads, feta cheese bites, Margherita pizza or tomato-and-bocconcini appetizers.

Fruity and Sweet” taste tag

Rosés with the "Fruity and Sweet" taste tag

These wines pair nicely with salty-sweet Asian dishes, like ginger chicken or salmon topped with fruit salsa. They’re also delicious with prosciutto and melon appetizers, liver pâté with cherry jam, or dried cranberry terrine.

Fruity and Medium-bodied taste tag

Rosés with the "Fruity and Medium-bodied" taste tag

A little more robust, these wines pair perfectly with meat, such as veal, chicken and sausage. You can also serve these rosés with salads (think Niçoise or California), tomato and Provençal herb dishes, or even dishes that have a touch of spiciness.



Just like the return of migrating birds and potholes, serving rosé as an aperitif is a sure sign that spring is back!
Take time to relax before the meal and let the appetizers’ flavours win you over.

Salmon rillettesSalmon rillettes

Salmon rillettes

Preparation: 15 minutes
Cooking time: none
Servings: 4

Fruity and light taste tag

To start things without fuss, go for a Fruity and light rosé.

It will quench your thirst while leaving the spotlight to, why not, some delicious salmon rillettes on rusks.



Saturday night owls and lovers of good food sure love brunch, and they’re right. What’s better than
a table laden with provisions to welcome family and friends?

Brunch pizza with mascarpone and strawberriesBrunch pizza with mascarpone and strawberries

Brunch pizza with mascarpone
and strawberries

Preparation: 15 minutes
Cooking time: none

pastille Fruités et doux

While the sweet and savoury flavours will be side by side, it’s time to pull out slightly sweet rosés, to pair well with everything.

Pick those of the Fruity and sweet taste tag, a perfect match, among others, for a brunch pizza with mascarpone and strawberries.



To go with a sandwich, a salad or even meat, why not go for a glass of rosé?

Grilled halloumi cheese on mixed saladGrilled halloumi cheese on mixed salad

Grilled halloumi cheese
on mixed salad

Preparation: 10 minutes
Cooking time: 4 minutes
Servings: 4

Fruity and medium-bodied taste tagChoose a cuvée with some personality, that you’ll find within the Fruity and medium-bodied taste tag.

We dare you not to fall in love with this grilled halloumi cheese salad recipe or this scrumptious prosciutto and arugula pizza.

Local rosés to delight your guests!

The production of rosés from Québec is growing steadily, you will find wines that match all three taste tags and that can be paired with all kinds of dishes.

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