Perhaps the most significant nutritional component of rose wine is resveratrol, a compound in the immune system of grapevines found primarily in the grape skins and seeds. It's heart-healthy and has been linked to reducing the risk of blood clots and protecting the body from diabetes and obesity.
Scientists also suggest that resveratrol found in grape skins can help fight carcinogens. Since winemakers usually strain the skins away from rose and white wines early in the production process, those wines contain lower levels of the favorable compound. However, roses made with fine red grapes will have traces of this beneficial antioxidant, so rest easy when drinking a chilled glass of pink wine. Consumed in moderation, it could give your health a boost!