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Domaine Fournier Les Belles Vignes Sancerre Rose 2017
A beautiful salmon pink colour, this elegant rosé is made from 100% Pinot Noir producing a nose that bursts with ripe cherries, strawberry and a hint of toast. On the palate, the freshness and bright acidity come through with ripe citrus, red currant and a hint of herbs. It has a full mouth feel and a fairly long finish with a buttery note to end with.
This is a great summer wine but has a strength that could easily make it an option on cooler winter nights too. Fantastic on it’s own but even better with fish, white meat, chicken, salad and Asian dishes.
Only premium grapes were selected for the making of this Les Belles Vignes Rosé. To obtain the color, the fruit is macerated between 12 and 20 hours with the skins on, before pneumatic pressing. The grapes are then fermented in stainless steel tanks for 3 weeks in an electronic thermo-regulated environment of 16°-20°C. Malolactic fermentation is not used, as the wine is set out for maturation on fine lees. In addition to the estate in Sancerre, the Fournier family owns vineyards in Pouilly-Fumé and Menetou Salon. The vineyard plots in Sancerre are in the three villages of Verdigny, Bue and Maimbray.
Domaine Fournier is classed as a very important vineyard in Sancerre. They have 222 acres of vines that include sites in Maimbray, Verdigny and Bue which are the very best sites in Sancerre. The vineyards are organic and the modern, high tech winery minimises handling of the grapes. Yields are small, hand harvested and carefully sorted to ensure the very best grapes are selected. The juice is released via the natural process of gravity and very careful thermo-regulation is used during the vinification process. This enables Domaine Fournier to consistently produce the highest quality wines that have both finesse and elegance on every level.
Cantalupo il Mimo Nebbiolo Rosato 2017
The ideal partner for a hot summer’s day spent relaxing by the pool or at the beach, this vibrant rosé is made with one of the noblest of Italian grapes, Nebbiolo. Situated in the upper Piedmont between the imposing Alps and the flat Po Valley, the Cantalupo estate has been making this characterful pink wine since 1992 from their 35 hectares of gently rolling vineyards. The wine takes its name “Il Mimo” or “The Mime” from a rare ancient mime mask found close to the vineyards in Ghemme.
To preserve the fresh, bold character of the wine the estate allows the Nebbiolo grape must to be in contact with their skins for just a few hours until sufficient colour and flavours have been extracted. This light-handed approach to winemaking showcases the seductive fruity aromas and flavours of the Nebbiolo grape like luscious raspberries, strawberries and redcurrants along with subtle herbal undertones.
Since this rosé is medium bodied and has slightly more tannins than lighter styles of pink wine, it makes a very versatile dining companion. Excellent pairings include Italian antipasti, grilled fish or even a classic plate of Vitello tonnato.
Chateau Miraval Rose 2018
Miraval is one of the most popular rosé wines in the world and it’s easy to see why from the very first sip. In the glass the wine is a gorgeous pale coppery hue with enticing aromas of peaches, wild strawberries and dried flowers. On the palate there’s a zippy freshness which is perfect for a hot summer’s day along with delicate ripe red cherry and apricot flavours that linger long on the taste buds.
This elegant rosé is ideal for enjoying on its own, but it has sufficient structure and acidity to make a versatile partner for food. Excellent partners include ceviche, pan-fried fish, light summer salads, or aged hard cheeses like pecorino or cheddar. Light-hearted and easy-going, this delicious rosé would also be at home in a casual barbecue setting as an accompaniment to spicy chicken.
Jointly owned by Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, the Miraval estate is situated in the village of Correns in Provence and covers a total of 400 hectares of which 30 are dedicated to vines. Prior to its purchase by its current celebrity owners, Miraval was owned by American winemaker Tom Bove who transformed the property into one of France’s top organic estates.
Black Cottage Rose 2017
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.
Chateau d'Esclans Rock Angel 2018
Chateau d’Esclans is known all over the world for their famous Provencal rosé, Whispering Angel, but the hidden secret of the estate is their sensational Rock Angel. Made predominantly with Grenache and Rolle grapes grown in prime vineyards in La Motte en Provence, the harvest is conducted from sunrise to noon to maximise the levels of freshness in the finished wine.
When the grapes arrive at the winery they are carefully sorted three times to ensure only the very best quality raw ingredients are used. Following a light pressing the grape must is fermented in a combination of 600 litre barrels and stainless steel tanks which helps to add extra complexity while showcasing the natural bright freshness of the grapes. The wine is then allowed to rest and settle for a short time before being bottled.
The result is a serious and refined rosé which is equally suited to serving as an elegant aperitif or savouring alongside a long leisurely lunch or dinner. The vibrant red fruit and citrus character and light body make this an incredibly versatile gastronomic wine which pairs well with seafood, fish, chicken, and vegetarian dishes. Rock Angel also makes a sensational partner for fresh pasta served in a creamy sauce or a light fruit-based dessert if you wish to drink it throughout your meal.
Mordoree Cotes du Rhone Rose La Dame Rousse 2018
This seductive rosé from the Cotes du Rhone appellation is crafted from Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault, Carignan, and Mourvedre grapes which are carefully harvested by hand. Vinification in stainless steel tanks helps to showcase the bright red fruit character of the varieties along with a vibrant freshness and well-structured medium body which makes this an excellent gastronomic wine.
The Mordoree estate is named after the humble woodcock bird which used to be found all over the southern Rhone Valley, but today is sadly considered an endangered species. The domaine was founded in 1986 by Francis Delorme and his son Christophe and is today run by Christophe’s wife and daughter along with other family members.
As a family that respects the natural environment, the Delormes seek to farm their land in a way that is kind towards Mother Nature. Their vines are all farmed organically and the family also uses biodynamic practices in both the vineyard and in the winery. As well as striving to make the best possible wines from their well-situated vineyards, the Delorme family has an eye on the long term and strives to hand over the estate to the next generation in the best possible condition.