Rosé Wine

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  1. Inna Pierrevert Rose

    Inna Pierrevert Rosé is a blend of two grapes: Syrah and Grenache, although the latter dominates.

    It is a beautiful pale pink colour with a complex and aromatic nose of red berries and spices. These bold flavours continue in the mouth with strong fruit flavours and a slightly spicy finish. Pairs particularly well with Mediterranean or Asian cuisine due to it's exotic taste.

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  2. Chateau Labastide 'Esprit de Labastide' Gaillac Rose

    Soft, red fruit flavours abound on the palate, combining with crisp freshness making this wine both balanced and versatile.

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  3. Bardolino Classico, 'Chiaretto' Lenotti Estate

    This Rosé or 'Chiaretto' as it is known locally, is sourced from the Eastern shores of Lake Garda and is light, crisp and beautifully refreshing. Chiaretto is based on the same grapes as Bardolino. During vinification, the juice is allowed to macerate briefly on the skins which releases a small amount of pigment and aromatic compounds. Lenotti have created a wonderful example here that has fruity delicate aromas of peach blossom and a dry pleasant finish. 

    Gold Medal winner - Palio del Chiaretto (2017 vintage)

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  4. Chateau Heritage, Rose d'Une Nuit

    This wine is best drank fresh/chilled with a large variety of salads, all sorts of pasta plates as well as Lebanese mezzes.

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  5. Chateau La Tomaze Rose de Loire

    Chateau La Tomaze produces some of the very best rosé in the Loire. Dry, with pronounced aromas of red fruit with a flowery taste. The appealing palate is fresh and well balanced with ample, ripe fruit.

    Organic.

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  6. Flirt Lecointre Cabernet d'Anjou Rose

    Semi-dry, soft and fruity. Aromas of raspberries and red currant with creamy velvety mouth.

    Organic.

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  7. Domaine La Gayolle Provence Rose La Chapelle

    A delightful Provence rose with a light pink colour. The nose is full of floral and amyl notes which the palate mixes notes of citrus and English candy. As with many rose's this wine is excellent alone as an aperitif or paired with seasonal salads or grilled fish.

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  8. Domaine Gavoty 'Melopee de Gavoty' Cotes de Provence Rose

    Structurally capable of being served with tasty dishes, it is full and hearty. It goes marvellously well with spiced dishes, and Mediterranean savours.

    "Quite a serious style of Provence Rose, there is a delicate balance between fruit weight and a savoury edge which makes it very enjoyable to drink. There’s a touch of bitterness which is smoothed out by mineral acidity and subtle spice hinting at oak." Decanter Magazine. 91 points (2015 vintage)

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  9. Decus Bardolino, Classico Chiaretto Lenotti Estate

    This rosé or 'Chiaretto' as it is known locally, is light, dry and beautifully refreshing. Lenotti have created a wonderful example of chiaretto from Bardolino on the shores of Lake Garda, designed to be drunk young and best with grilled fish and pizza.

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  10. Clos Fornelli Rose, Corsica

    A perfect example of what Corsican wines can achieve. Attractively perfumed, with spicy and exotic notes. Full bodied yet light in colour.

    Sciacarello is a dark-skinned grape variety found mostly on the island of Corsica. The variety is used to make both varietal wines and blends in both red and rosé variants. Sciaccarello-based wines are lightly coloured with moderate, soft tannins, red fruit characters and an unmistakable herby, peppery note.

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  11. Chateau D'Ollieres Classic Rose

    Half cinsault, half grenache, this rosé is the brilliant proof of the benefits of the climate of Ollières. Hot days in summer and cool nights allow a slow but intense ripening of the grapes. The nose is particularly intense while the mouth is full and lively, with good length.

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  12. Domaine Lafond Tavel Rose Roc-Epine
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    One of the most full-bodied rose's, Tavel is primarily based on Grenache. It's full body and mellow mouthfeel make it an ideal companion to turkey or ham. The bouquet reminds of strawberry and cassis with notes of herbs and "garrigue" (the smell of herbs/underbrush/citrus that dominates the air in the south of France).

    "A delicate coppery pink rosé that's exuberantly spicy, with crunchy redcurrant fruit. A mineral twist unfolds onto biscuit and peppery flavours. There's pleasant tannins on the finish and the concentration to improve over a few months." Drink 2016-2017. Score 90. (2015 vintage)  - Decanter Magazine September 2017

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