6 rosés to kickstart the summer...
The time has come to dive back into our rosé selection!
We've put together a little round-up of six of our rosés to get you going - from traditional Provence rosé from Biodynamic winemaker, Valérie Courrèges to Le Puy's "Rosé de Saignée" from Bordeaux. Our selection spans across Europe, bringing you quality, variety and beautifully tasting wines that are perfect for the sunny days ahead of us.Shop All Rosé
2021 Côtes de Provence "L'Écorce Buissonnière"
Valérie Courrèges, Provence, France
This authentic Provençal rosé encapsulates purity, finesse and elegance, with silky tannins and a weighty texture. A blend of Grenache, Vermentino, Syrah made by a winemaker who places importance on 'enjoyment and conviviality' while working biodynamically to allow for the purest expression of the terroir.
Terroir: Limestone and clay.
Match it with: Langoustine carpaccio according to winemaker Valérie.Shop Now
2020 VDF "The Radiant"
Ludovic Engelvin, Languedoc, France
This super fresh, yet dark in colour rosé is a blend of predominantly Grenache and some Mouvedre. Think fruity red berries but with a unique complexity. Deep in colour, this cuvée can hold it's own with meaty dishes such as grilled lamb.
Terroir: Split between limestone and sandstone amid a rugged landscape dominated by sftones and scrubby aromatic garrigue.
Match it with: Grilled lamb chops.Shop Now
Cosmic, Catalunya, Spain
This delicate, silky rosé is made with the greatest precision by winemaker Salvador whose dedication to making great wine is unparalleled. A blend of Grenache and a small touch of red Carignan from 50-year-old bush vines in Agullana is a delicious drop that is always guaranteed to be a great choice.
Salvador's motivation for this wine is to "embrace the value of trust and jump into the void of the unknown."
Terroir: Sandy granite.
Match it with: Fideuà (a Catalunya paella).
2019, "Bourgogne Rosé"
Athénais de Béru, Burgundy, France
Limestone soils give this beautiful rosé a fresh minerality that is floral on the nose yet flavours of stone fruit dominate the taste.
Match it with: Grilled garlic prawns.
2018 VDF "Rose Marie"
Le Puy, Bordeaux, France
This Bordeaux rosé is made by a family who makes wines that have been scientifically tested to be purer than water. The nose is fresh and floral, with red fruit aromas alongside notes of peonies and white flowers. On the palate, Rose-Marie is light and playful, with tannins so light they are barely detectable.
Terroir: Clay-silt with clay-limestone substrate on the rocky plateau of St-Emilion.
Match it with: Seared tuna steak.Shop Now
2017, Spumante Metodo Classico "Clo Clo"
Azienda Agricola Divella, Lombardy, Italy
Alessandra Divella started the only female-led estate in Franciscortia, Lombardy and has become a force to be reckoned with.
This sparkling rosé ‘Clo Clo’ (named in honour of Alessandra's mother) is made from 100% Pinot Noir. It's a beautiful light pink colour with poppy and citrus notes, hints of dried fruit and a small touch of buttery brioche.
In our opinion it can rival any top Champagne, but is arguably way more interesting, cleaner and more affordable than most.
Terroir: Clay & limestone.
Match it with: Salmon carpaccio.Shop Now