Rosé sparkling wines are pink to quite red wines, much like the still versions. There are two ways to producing a rosé. The first involves leaving the juice in contact with the skins of the red grapes for a period of time. It is also possible to produce a rosé by blending red wine and white wine. Rosés can be among the richest of sparkling wines and have fruit flavors that lean decidedly in the berry direction.
The terminology used to indicate the sweetness or dryness of a sparkling wine can be confusing, but at least they are consistent across most countries.