Rosé Wine

In recent years, rosé wine’s popularity has grown significantly. Elegant and effortless, the right rosé is a delightful accompaniment to different foods, or perfect by itself. From dry to sweet rosé wines, we have a wide selection to choose from. Discover the varieties we have available and buy rosé wine online today.

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"Red Rock Terrace displays a beautiful core of blackcurrant, crème de cassis and juicy red plums. Hiding behind the gorgeous sweet fruit, fragrant notes of cordial, cocoa and liquorice emerge with time in the glass. Laser-beam precision is supported by the finest, grippiest tannins imaginable. Those tannins carry the beautifully concentrated fruit to a long, long finish. Effortless and perfectly...

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"Brooding yet sensuous, Gravelly Meadow reveals earthy, savoury, meaty notes the nose, along with blackcurrants, blueberries and mulberries. There are subtle hints of herbs, tobacco and cedarwood. Once again, the tannic structure is impeccable and perfectly integrated. This says more about the superb quality of the fruit than it does about the 100% new oak. Gravelly Meadow is Diamond Creek’s...

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2018 Redigaffi, Tua Rita

Bottle 75cl £166.68

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2018 Giusto Di Notri, Tua Rita

Bottle 75cl £51.68

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2019 Rosso dei Notri, Tua Rita

Bottle 75cl £16.68

2020 Rosé de Nymphe Emue

Maris Brama

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Bottle 75cl £14.22

Case of 6 £85.32

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2020 Cabernet Franc Rosé

Delaire Graff

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Bottle 75cl £15.38

Case of 6 £92.28

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2019 Rosamati IGT

Fattoria Le Pupille

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Bottle 75cl £16.72

Case of 6 £100.32

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2018 Sancerre Rosé

Fernand Girard

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Bottle 75cl £16.14

Case of 12 £193.66

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Fine Rose Wine

Rose wine is produced in a number of different ways across the world. The most commonly used method is maceration: where grapes are pressed and left to sit in their skins. This method is used for red wine production, the longer the grapes are left, the darker their colour. To produce rose, the grapes are left for a far shorter length of time, so their colour isn’t overly darkened.

From the light, grapefruit colour of a Pinot Noir to brighter pinks of a Grenache, the different varieties of colour result in a diverse range of rose wine flavours. The most common rose wine type is dry: typically produced from a blend of two or three grape varieties. Typical grape blends for a dry rose include Sangiovese, Syrah, Mourvedre and more. For sweet rose wine varieties, Zinfandel, Merlot and Muscat grapes are generally used.

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