French term for one without maceration almost white pressed rosé wine from red berry grapes. It is a special form of Vin gris, The name means "gray from gray", but gray has the meaning of white or light. It does not become from red wine grapes (which is actually for one Rose would be required), but from grape varieties with the name part Gris, for example Cinsaut Gris, Mourvèdre Gris ( Monastrell ) and Grenache Gris ( Garnacha Roja ), these are brighter game types of blueberry varieties. The bowls contain small amounts of anthocyanins (Dyes) that give the wines a more or less pronounced reddish color. It is also cut from several varieties, a specific one Cuvée is not mandatory. In Italy (Veneto) a wine from Pinot Grigio ( Pinot gris ) referred to as "Ramato" (copper-colored).