2020 Cotes de Provence Rose, Henri Gaillard, Provence, France
2019 El Rose de Aresan, Castillo de Aresan, Castilla, Spain
This very delicate pink coloured rose from central Spain is fresh and lively. It's summer berries that dominate on the nose and palate, but there is also a lsightly floral note on the nose, and the palate finishes with ahint of pink grapefruit to give it a real lift.
It's beautifully presented and such an exceptional wine for the price.
2018 Pinot Grigio Blush, CaDel Lago, Pavia, Italy
2020 Costieres de Nimes Rose, Chateau de Fabregues, Rhone Valley, France
2017 Zinfandel Rosé, Adriana, California, USA
2019 Luberon Rosé 'Sans Pretention', AOP Luberon, France
Sandwiched between the Rhône Valley and Provence, Luberon produces some of the finest, under the radar, rosés in France. This delicate pink wine gives many more illustrious Provence wines a run for their money. It has that delightful wild red berry nose that southern French wines are famed for, and on the palate there is ripe strawberry and hints of stone fruits. Also beautifully presented, this wine really does stand out as an excellent buy for lovers of Provence rose.
2018 Pinot Noir Rose 'Beatrice', Tuffon Hall, East Anglia, England
2020 Cotes de Provence Rose, Domaine de la Rouviere, Provence, France
This premium Provence rose is definitely worth trading up to. It still has the freshness and delicacy that southern French roses are famed for, however, there is greater depth and poise here. The wine has a little more texture than most and layers of ripe fruit on the palate. A very fine rose both as an aperitif and with grilled fish and summery salads.
2020 Grenache Gris, Domaine Saint-Paul, Languedoc, France
Domaine Saint-Paul is a fabulous organic estate, located close to Béziers in the commune of Colombiers in the heart of the Languedoc. Their focus is on traditional southern French grape varieties, with a huge amount of emphasis on work carried out in the vineyard to ensure the quality of grapes harvested is absolutely first class.
This hard work has resulted in a trio of exceptional wines. We'd go as far as to say that this estate is one of our most exciting finds in recent years.
Made predominatly from Grenache 'Gris' grapes that turn a pale pinky-grey colour when they ripen, this rosé is possibly the most attractive shade of pink of any we stock. It's delicate peachy colour reflects the exotic stone fruit and orange blossom on the nose. On the palate the wine has a softness and texture that some rosés lack, yet it retains a freshness to the finish. This wine fits perfectly into the centre ground between the more common summer fruit dominated rosés and the more textured white of the south of France. We think this delicious wine is deserving of its own 'Gris' wine category, but for now it'll sit proudly next to our other rosés.
Certified organic and vegan friendly.