Chateau Roubine Cru Classe Rose 2020
Located right in the middle of Provence, between Lorgues and Draguignan, Château Roubine is one of the oldest wine estates of France. Famous ever since the 14th century, the Templars yielded the property to the Saint James of Jerusalem Order in 1307. odays bottle reflects the Château rich history; the glass is adorned with the Templar coat of arms, featuring a dragon and a lion protected by the suns rays.
This Rose is harmonious and refreshing, a true to the spirit of Provence. In your mouth, it has the effect of a raspberry sorbet. Some aromas of peach, red fruits and flowers are giving this great wine a beautiful touch.
Commune of the Buttons Nebbiolo Rosé 2020
Has a vibrant, tangy nose full of strawberry and cherry notes, with a brisk palate that is both subtle and juicy.
Two-days on skins, and fermentation in old oak puncheons, give the wine gravitas and length. Less of a park wine, more of an Italian picnic-wine centred around wild-boar sausage sandwiches. Tastes more like chilled red rather than typical Rosé.
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French Beaches “Cuvee X” Rose 2019
The cuvée «X» is born from our desire to offer a unique sparkling wine, with low alcohol. The most unconventional brand of wine reveals its audacity again by this generous and sensual wine.
Its pale pink in color and has fine bubbles, signing its elegance. The wine’s aromas of ripe fruit and spring flowers, mixed with subtle hints of honey and citrus, bring the final touch to this innovative cuvée.
Jasci & Marchesina Cerasuolo Rosé 2019
Cerasuolo d’Abruzzo was established as a separate DOC from Montepulciano d’Abruzzo in 2010. The principal red grape variety is Montepulciano, made in the Rosato style. Montepulciano d’Abruzzo Cerasuolo is a fun, fresh, lighter tasting red that is best consumed chilled and young. Packed with red fruit aromas, bright acidity and long off dry finish.
Jumping Juice Sunset 2020
The mesmerizing colour of a warm long sunset of the WA ocean, this Jumpin Juice is fun times juice.
It’s not quite an orange wine and not quite a rose but it sits somewhere in that range.
The Sauvginon Blanc and the Gewurztraminer both are fermented on skins, so is the Shiraz but only for a short time.
The whole lot is then combined together in a brew of tropical fruit punch, stalks and spice. Its a cosmic, crazy wine that you will be knock back on the beach all summer long.
Luc Lapeyre Avis De Vin Frais 2019
The cinsault and cabernet-sauvignon are from plots specifically cultivated for rosé. As soon as the picking takes place, a single direct pressing retains only the first juices, the latter being reincorporated in the tank for the reds.
Watermelon and strawberry notes with mouthwatering acidity. Jolly and refreshing.
Valcatrina by Santos Lima Rosé 2019
Produced from typical local varieties and respecting the region’s winemaking tradition, this blend resulted in an aromatic wine with exuberant flavour well balanced with a refreshing mineralogy and pleasing acidity, which will definitely please you and leave good memories.
Vincent Couche Rose Desir Extra Brut
Vincent Couche isn’t afraid to experiment. He made this rosé Champagne by using carbonically macerated Pinot Noir, saignée Pinot Noir and macerating Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Three methods adding to the sheer complexity you’ll find. Dry on the palate but exuding a salmon-colored rosé with aromas of cherries, pomegranate and citrus all at once.