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Since when does making wine involve drawing blood?

When you make rosé using the saignée method. But don’t worry, it’s not real blood. Saignée is the French word for blood and is a special method used in making rosé wines that are darker in color and more concentrated than most rosés. Find out more in WineTasteTV’s handy glossary.

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