An original Baden speciality is the white grown Pinot Noir Rosé.
Contrary to red wine the rosé is left on the mash after vintage for a while before being pressed. The unstable color pigments are extracted from the shell, creating a rosé-like hue that gives this wine its characteristic appearance. The Rosé is fresh, fruity and slightly more acidic than the red wine. The taste is racy and full-bodied and should therefore not be missing at any wine festival.