Rosé Wine

Rosé Wines

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  1. Marques De Caceres Rose

    Marques De Caceres Rosado 2016 Rioja Spain


    Pretty, pale strawberry colour. Fresh bouquet of floral notes and  strawberries/raspberries that blend together exquisitely. Delicious and refined on tasting with a pleasant fullness and refreshing, luscious flavours that awaken the taste buds.

  2. Tamaya Pink Goat Rose 2016 Limari Valley Chile

    Tamaya Pink Goat Rose 2016 Limari Valley Chile


    The 2015 shows a splendid grapefruit pink, deep and brilliant. Its attractive nose expresses fresh fruits like plums, wild berries and pomegranate. Some cherry stone notes and an exotic touch make it even more charming.
  3. Beringer Classic Zinfandel Rose 2016 California USA

    Beringer Classic Zinfandel Rose 2016 California USA

    A smooth, refreshing and easy-drinking wine with a nose of marinated strawberries and flavours of jammy red fruits. The bright acidity keeps it fresh and mouthwatering. A great choice for an aperitif as well as spicy dishes, pasta salads and grilled chicken.

  4. seuil rose

    Chateau du Seuil Bordeaux Rosé 2016


    Made using the free run juice of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. A slightly richer rosé with good purity of fruit that matches well with food at any time of the year.

  5. Prosecco Robaso

    Prosecco Spumante Raboso doc Borgo del Col Italy


    Light rosé colour. Elegant and intense bouquet of strawberry. Dry, soft and well-balanced on the palate; with a rounded and full bodied structure. Enjoy this wine when still young to fully appreciate the sparkle (perlage) fragrance and flavour

  6. Canals Canals Classic Rose 2016

    Canals Canals Classic Rose 2016


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    Aroma: fresh, floral, ripened red fruits with slightly nutty nose.

    Palate: perfectly balanced, full-bodied, pleasant with long and clean finish.

    Gastronomy: recommended for aperitif or combined with pasta, rice, blue fish, well-seasoned white meat and red meat stews.

  7. Allan Scott  Pinot Noir Rose 2016 Marlborough New Zealand

    Allan Scott Pinot Noir Rose 2016 Marlborough New Zealand


    Following in the footsteps of our European nephews, New Zealand has seen a resurgence in the popularity of the Rosé style of wine. Some would say it is due to the simplicity of the wine style, and the sense of fun associated.

    The aromatics are summer berries. The palate is light and cleansing, with a delicious acidity which keeps the wine tight and focused. The residual sugar nicely balances the acidity and tannin weight making for an incredibly drinkable, aperitif style of Rosé wine

  8. Muga Rosado Rioja Spain

    Muga Rosado 2016 Rioja Spain


    On the nose there are intense aromas of raspberry and cherry as well as delicate yeasty notes. On the palate, it is fresh and lively with a good acidity. This is a wine full of finesse with a long, rich finish.

  9. Ancre Hill Estates Rose 2013 Wales

    Ancre Hill Estates Rose 2013 Wales


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    An intensive note of ripe strawberries, candied lemon peel and wild flowers. On the palate fresh strawberries combine with apples, citrus fruits and a hint of spice leading to a clean, mouth-watering finish.

  10. Allan Scott Cecilia Rose Methode Traditionnelle NV Marlborough New Zealand

    Allan Scott Cecilia Rose Methode Traditionnelle NV Marlborough New Zealand


    100% Pinot Noir sparkling. Dry and crisp and showing characteristic flavours of ripe strawberries and raspberries. The lively mousse enhances the flavours on the palate making a very fitting drink for any occasions. 

  11. Chartongne Taillet Rose

    Chartogne-Taillet Rose, Champagne, France


    This Rosé shows an inviting combination of power and tension, beautifully defined crisp acidity balanced with wonderful red fruit. The blend of base wines from calcareous sands with red wine from the vineyard of Les Orizeaux creates a forward and pleasing Champagne with great personality.

    Voted best Rose Champagne in the world - Champagne Magazine

  12. Mumm Rose Brut

    Mumm Rose Brut NV Champagne France


    Mumm Rosé is vinified according to the same processes as the Cordon Rouge, but differs through the addition of red wines from renowned villages of the Champagne region. The predominant notes are red-fruit but there are subtle hints of caramel and vanilla. Elegant and memorable finish.

  13. Bollinger Rose

    Bollinger Rose Brut NV Champagne France


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    Bronze tones combine with the intense depth from the red grapes. Hints of red currant, cherry and wild strawberry. A spicy touch, not unlike the Special Cuvée. A subtle combination of structure, length and vivacity, with a slightly tannic finish due to the adjunction of red wine. Bubbles as fine as velvet and flavours of wild berries, wonderful!

  14. Laurent Perrier Rose

    Laurent Perrier Rose Champagne France


    Bright, salmon-pink in colour. Precise and very crisp with a lasting impression of freshness, it has hints of soft red fruits, such as strawberries, redcurrants, raspberries and black cherries. With intensely fruity flavours on entry the wine opens up to provide a mélange of flavours consisting of fresh strawberries, raspberries and wild cherries. It has great length and is rounded and supple on the finish.

  15. Perrier-Jouet Blason Rose

    Perrier-Jouet Blason Rose Brut Champagne France


    Blason Rosé is the first rosé champagne created by Perrier-Jouët. Its name originates from the “Blason de France” range created in 1956. Blason Rosé is the gourmet wine in the Perrier-Jouët collection, made from a specific blend that confers generosity and spontaneity, while preserving the House style.

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