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Black Cottage Rose 2018
This stunning Marlborough rosé is the handiwork of Black Cottage’s owner and winemaker David Clouston who previously spent time making wine both in Corsica and France. This influence on his winemaking is clear thanks to the light, fresh character of this elegant rosé which immediately reminds of delicate Provence wines.
To craft this ethereal pink wine David treats the grapes as white wine grapes in the winery, only allowing a short amount of skin contact to give subtle colour to the wine. Following the fermentation the wine is aged on the lees for 8 weeks to add a touch of complexity and a smooth, rounded texture to the finished wine. The wine is then bottled to highlight the freshness and charming fruit character of the Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir grape varieties.
As soon as you pour out a glass you’ll notice the stunning pale salmon hue and enchanting aromas of strawberries, raspberries and hints of vanilla. The first sip reveals a bright acidity, plenty of red fruit character, and a light body which would pair well with summer salads, a selection of charcuterie and cheese, or a generous platter of fruits de mer.
Schuster Zweigelt Rose 2019
The Schuster family have been making wine for 250 years using traditional local varieties like Gruner, Veltliner, Zweigelt and the rarer Roter Veltliner. The winery is based in Großriedenthal in the wine region of Wagram which is considered to be one of the "most beautiful villages in Austria". Their family’s ancient connection with the vine means they have a long-term mentality and try to work in harmony with nature wherever possible in the vineyard and winery.
This zingy rosé wine is crafted from top quality Zweigelt grapes which are harvested at optimum ripeness and vinified in stainless steel tanks to preserve the pure aromatic character and freshness of the variety. The nose opens with enticing hints of melon, grapefruit, and red berries while the first sip displays a mouthwatering acidity, medium body, and intense sweet dark fruit flavours which linger on the tongue.
The light, easy-going nature of this wine makes it ideal to serve as an aperitif before dinner or to sip on a hot summer’s afternoon by the pool. It is also a great match for seafood, fish, and creamy cheeses thanks to the crisp freshness and vibrant citrus notes.
Lothian Vineyards Isobel Mourvedre Rose 2017
This delicate rosé is crafted from the Mourvedre grape which is widely used in the delicious rosé wines made in the South of France. The variety is perfectly suited for Elgin’s cool climate where the conditions help to showcase Mourvedre’s aromatics and intense freshness. To capture the mouthwatering acidity naturally found in the grapes they are picked in the early morning and whole bunch pressing is carried out to add extra complexity to the wine.
Following the fermentation the wine is kept on the lees for 4 months which helps to add body without overwhelming the fresh fruity character. The result is a lively, light-bodied rosé wine with plenty of red cherry, strawberry, and pomegranate notes which linger long on the tongue. The pure, clean character make this an excellent partner for cheeses, charcuterie, and fresh pasta dishes.
Lothian Vineyards is run by the Wilson family who have been making wine on the Cape for three generations. Gavin and Ewen pursue a Burgundian approach to winemaking with a focus on purity of flavour and exceptional quality. Their winemaking expertise is supplemented by that of head winemaker Richard Kershaw who holds the much-coveted Master of Wine title and has decades of experience of making wine in South Africa.
Angels & Cowboys Rose 2017
The delicate hue of this charming rosé is named after the “Oeil de Perdrix” or “partridge's eye”, a particularly pale shade of pink which is typical of the ethereal rosé wines from the south of France. This rosé is made in California according to traditional Provencal winemaking techniques which have been used in that part of France for generations.
To create a rosé which is both fresh and full of flavour, the grape must is left to macerate with the skins for a short period which gives the wine its characteristic light pink hue. The must is then fermented in a temperature-controlled tank and then aged on the lees for two months to add a soft, smooth texture while preserving the delicate aromatics.
On the nose there are attractive hints of wild strawberries, red cherries, mint and dried Mediterranean herbs. Take a sip and you’ll be rewarded with a mouthwatering freshness, light and elegant body, and lingering red fruit flavours seasoned with hints of zesty mandarin and pomegranate blossom. The vibrant personality of this delicious rosé makes it ideal for enjoying with simple summer dishes like caprese salad, pan-fried salmon steaks, or a generous platter of fruits de mer.
Whispering Angel 2019
Whispering Angel has been the talk of Provence, if not the wine world at large, for some time now. This tantalizing blend of Grenache, Rolle, Cinsault, Syrah, and Mourvedre is one of the most exciting cuvées from Côtes de Provence to grace the shelves of wine shops in a long time. A supremely drinkable rosé that will have you pouring “just one more glass” for yourself and your friends.
It is a pale coral pink in the glass. Enticing aromas of juicy ripe strawberry, white peach, passionfruit and lemon peel permeate the nostrils. Upon the palate, it appears bone dry. Ribbons of gossamer silk texture and an enchanting slipperiness advance at just the right moment, giving way to charming and refined layers of white peach, cherry, tangerine and citrus, with hints of more exotic spices, passion fruit, and mango. White peach, dried mango, and white cherry all ride out on a wave of honey tinged with sage. Streaked with racy minerality and a lingering river-stone and pink grapefruit blossom aftertaste.
Enjoy Whispering Angel chilled at 8°C, as an aperitif or with grilled fish and shellfish dishes, grilled poultry, soft mild cheeses, salads, berries and stone fruits with fresh cream, Frito misto or charcuterie.
Château d’Esclans is located on an elevated plateau on the Mediterranean coast near the Georges de Pennafort. It lies just 25 kilometers northwest of the ancient Roman city of Frejus.
Domaine du Castel Rose 2019
This delicate rosé wine delights the eye with a seductive pale pink hue and attractive aromas of ripe strawberries, red cherries, and almond blossom. The first sip reveals a bright freshness, warm red berry flavours, and a light body which makes this wine ideal for sipping as an aperitif on a sultry summer evening. It is also a superb gastronomic wine, combining beautifully with everything from grilled salmon steaks and fresh seafood to creamy cheeses and summer salads.
Crafted from Merlot, Malbec and Cabernet Franc, this is an easy-going and elegant rosé made from grapes that have been harvested early to maintain their natural freshness and delicate aromatics. The vines are planted at around 700 metres above sea level where the sunny Mediterranean climate is moderated by cooling breezes from the mountains.
Despite its French-sounding name, Domaine du Castel is situated in the picturesque Judean Hills and is widely regarded as one of Israel’s finest producers. The tiny winery only produces a few thousand bottles a year and is run by Eli Ben Zaken who planted the first modern vineyard in the Judean Hills here in 1988. Eli models his winemaking philosophy on the vignerons of Bordeaux and insists on prioritising quality above all else.