Showing all 27 results
In the Roussillon, winery Terres Fideles makes small batch authentic ‘Wines of the wilds’. Using old vine Cinsault, Viogner, Carignan and Malbec to produce wines of remarkable stories with layers of history.
This is a dry pale pink rosé, similar in style to a provence rosé. Soft red berry fruits, strawberry and raspberry flavours are supported by deliciously fresh acidity.
Consistently one of the best rosés for the money. Fresh juicy red berry fruit and a touch of dried herbs.
Chateau de L’Escarelle is establishing itself as a leader in sustainable agriculture, not just in Provence but the whole of France. The estate hugs the slopes of the Montagne de La Loube and the terroir is perfect for creating elegant rose wines demonstrative of the clay and limestone. The name ‘Les Deux Anges’ was inspired by a pair of cheerful cherub statues that were found when building a new storehouse in 2015.
A Grenache, Syrah and Cinsault blend that produces wild strawberry and citrus aromas. The palate is rich with clean and fresh flavours of mango and pomelo with hints of pepper as well. Red fruit flavours will gain complexity as it ages, best drunk as an aperitif or with Provnce style dishes with plenty of garlic and basil.
Quinta Da Raza is perfectly located in the interior of the Minho region, benefitting from great sun exposure but gets some moderating influence from the Tamega River. Preserving traditional wine making techniques as well as promoting biodiversity and natural balance.
This is a refreshing rose fizz packed full of red berry fruits including strawberries and raspberries with a hint of hedgerow berries. The natural sediment makes the wine cloudy but that’s where all the flavour is!
From two visionaries in the wine world, second generation vine grower Makis Mavridis and Bordeaux trained winemaker Angelos Iatrides comes this pale and lively pink coloured rosé.
An aromatic and fresh bouquet of peach and strawberry, layered with rose petals, spice and mineral notes. Crisp with a creamy, fruity palate.
Woodchester Valley is a family owned boutique winery located just 10 minutes from the centre of Stroud. With three vineyards dotted around the area, they produce white, rose, sparkling and red wines.
A charmingly well balanced sparkling rosé with delicate bubbles. This wine maintains subtle raspberry and toasted aromas which follow through and linger on the palate.
The estate was created in the 60’s in Chateau-Thierry, by Robert L’ete and Lillian Vautrin, his wife. They combined their surnames to create the brand. At first floral, the bouquet centres on elegant notes of rose. It then becomes more complex with aromas of fresh grapes and small red fruits. Very fruity, with hints of strawberry and raspberry.
Didier Gallimard owns 10 hectares of prime vineyards on the steep slopes around Les Riceys in the southern Aube. His vines’ average age is over 30 years and the dramatically sloping vineyards, which are of chalk and Kimmeridgian limestone, are planted mainly to Pinot Noir and just a little Chardonnay. Their wines are full and rich and offer enticing aromas and flavours of summer fruits. This delicious Rosé is a blend of 80% Pinot Noir and 20% Chardonnay and cascades with fresh, bright raspberry and strawberry flavours.
Black Chalk is a wine proud of its English heritage, with roots firmly planted in the chalklands of southern England. Winemaker Jacob Leadley uses locally sourced grapes to produce a small amount of award-winning sparkling wines
Wild Rose has an elegant, complex nose of raspberries and strawberries with some light notes of brioche. A bright and fresh palate of tangy cranberry and raspberry. This really opens up in the glass as well, a balanced, crisp English wine. A great aperitf or with smoked seafood and brie.