Rosé s back in fashion, and is the fastest-growing area of the wine industry at the moment.
Rose is usually made from grape varieties and the grape skins are left in contact with the juice for around 12 hours to produce the pale pink hues. To be enjoyed while young, do look out for an increasing number of rose‘s with screw caps.
Ca’DeMedici Lambrusco Rosato, Italy. Semi-sparkling Wine
When served chilled this makes an excellent refreshing drink with its low alcohol content.
El Prado Tempranillo Rosé Spain
This is a pleasingly juicy, berry fruit flavoured rose with attractive balance, a refreshing acidity and good length on the finish. Made from 100% Tempranillo grapes, this dry rose is a great tipple on its own or try it with a selection of tapas or paella.
Finca Flichman Malbec/Shiraz RoséArgentina
With an attractive pink colour, this wine has a very aromatic profile of strawberries and white fruits. On palate its full-flavoured and fruity, with a gentle, crisp freshness and a long, harmonious finish. Enjoy this lovely pink on its own or with lightly flavoured foods.
Gallo Family Vineyards White Grenach California
This is a pink that’s easy-drinking, soft and supple. Made from Grenache grapes, it has juicy berry fruit flavours and makes for an excellent glass on its own or try with freshly cut fruits and a dollop of cream.
Frozé Rosé, Western Cape, South Africa
A delicious, medium-dry rosé made from Pinotage grapes in South Africa’s Cape Peninsula. With vibrant raspberry and redcurrent fruit-flavours, this pink is eminently quuffable and can be served on its own well-chilled, or try it over ice for an extra refreshing tipple.
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