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. 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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  3. Cotes de Provence Rose, M de Minuty

    Transport yourself to St Tropez in the South of France with M Minuty rosé which is typical of the Provence style – delicious, elegant and refreshing. Pale pink in colour: fragrant, strawberry-scented nose: dry and crisp with lovely delicate fruit.

    Product of the estate.

    Located on the St-Tropez peninsula overlooking the Mediterranean. This is a textbook, great value summer wine. Packed with floral notes, it is crisp, lively and fresh with lovely strawberry fruit characters, yet there is enough weight to pair with delicious summer salads. 90 points, Decanter Magazine August 2017

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  4. Domaine Lafran Veyrolles Bandol Rose
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    100% of 100

    Beautiful pale salmon colour, quite openly fruity at first, then an almost floral nose leads you onto lovely, warm rounded fruit on the palate with good length and utterly satisfying flavours.

    'Pale, salmon pink with orangey flecks. Restrained aromas of apricot, spice and herbs that continue on the palate. Concentrated, chewy and weighty with mineral acidity. Mouthwatering and freh, if a little understated. Complexity will come. Drink 2016-2018' 93/100 Decanter Magazine, Top 50 Rosés
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