One of the most known homes of the Blue Frankish Rosé is the Danube Wine Region. Most of the rosé wines manufactured in Hungary are made of this kind. This is no accident, since Blue Frankish owns all the features needed to be the basis for excellent rosé wines. It has a beautiful acid composition and its fruity character will definitely reflect its positive aspects. When it comes to rosé production, we are actually speaking of a process that subjects a grape type yielding red wine to a technology (which in this case means a fermentation in a steel container) that results in white wines, i.e. the process interval soaking on the skin shall be minimized. This way less colouring shall get dissolved from the grape and the resulting wine shall become tremendously fruity. The wine becomes rose-coloured coming complete with beautiful acids and delicious fruits. It is also not rare that even before its bottling, some extra carbon dioxide is added into the wine so that the finished rosé wine shall be even fresher and more vibrant. Blue Frankish Rosés are really multi-coloured in the region, but there is one thing everyone agrees on is the fact that it has outgrown its limits and became one of the most outstanding wine styles of the Hungarian Plain. Its success is not confined to Hungary any more, it has been able to produce a number of nice achievements on international wine grounds as well.