Sunshine in a glass

From the finesse of Provence to the complexity of Champagne, discover our favourite rosés.
There is no better way to enjoy the sunshine than with a glass of something fresh and pink.

  1. 0.75l
    Marigny-Neuf (BIO)
    Val de Loire
    0.75l Rosé
    Bio
    €9.60 €7.93
    Out of stock
    An expressive organic rosé made from 60% Gamay, 20% Cabernet and 20% Pinot Noir grapes, grown in Vienne between the Loire Valley and Poitiers. Made in a modern style with good purity and freshness the grapes are given two days cold maceration followed by five months ageing on the fermentation lees to add roundness and complexity to the wine. This is a crispy, dry, almost savoury rosé with notes of redcurrant, cured ham and summer flowers, it has good intensity of flavour and lovely fruity expression on the finish. Serve chilled and enjoy now or for the next two years.
  1. 0.75l
    Triennes
    Méditérranée IGP
    0.75l Rosé
    €10.00 €8.26
    The success of the Rosé de Triennes, produced by the estate’s negociant company, has grown more by word of mouth by wine lovers than through glossy marketing campaigns on the beaches of the Côte d’Azur. After all, it has an enviable pedigree that over Provencal rosés would dream of! Made from predominantly old vine Cinsault grapes with small amounts of Grenache, Syrah and Merlot, the appearance of this wine is like a veil of pale summer roses. This impression of delicacy soon gives way to expressive notes of summer berries, fresh blossom, and a touch of spice. On the palate there is crunchy acidity, good flavour and a fresh, juicy quality which makes this wine both refreshing and appetizing. We can imagine serving this wine on so many occasions when the sun begins to shine – to accompany a game of boules as an aperitif, to match at table with fresh seafood (think grilled shrimps) or spicy, Asian dishes or those occasions when you want everyone to drink the same wine together in an atmosphere of friendship and fun. Drink now through a sun filled summer.
  1. 1.5l
    Prieuré de Montézargues (BIO)
    Tavel
    1.5l Rosé
    Bio
    €29.90 €24.71
    We are delighted to have this fabulous, organic rosé back in our selection. It is produced in Tavel, the only appellation dedicated uniquely to rosé and comes from an historic 12th century abbey where old vines including Grenache (red and white) Cinsault and Clairette along with a smattering of others are used in the blend. It has a dark salmon colour indicating a really vinous, serious rosé, with a great taste of wild redcurrants, a touch of pata negra ham, some spice and above all an abiding, pure acidity which makes this wine so appetising and appealing. On the finish there is sweetness from the ripe fruit that is balanced by a salty minerality. This is a rosé to enjoy at the table with Mediterranean cuisine – shellfish, exotic or spicy food and fish. It will also be available in magnums which are so beautiful with their sleek, long necked bottles.
  1. 0.75l
    Vincent D'Astrée
    Brut Champagne
    0.75l Rosé
    €36.00 €29.75
    We have been looking for a reasonably priced rosé Champagne for a while; a wine that is fruity and savoury at the same time and offers good purity and precision (we happen to be a bit picky about the Champagne we sell!) Thanks to our friends at Champagne Beaumont de Crayères, we have found their sister Champagne in the premier cru village of Pierry, a historic village on the southern slopes near Epernay. The blend of grapes is 80% Chardonnay and 20% Pinot Meunier. The Champagne is aged for five years and has a dosage level of 8 grams of sugar. This rosé Champagne has an attractive salmon pink colour, has red fruit aromas such as wild strawberries and cherries on the nose, is crunchy and fresh on the attack with good length and minerality. The name of the Champagne takes its name from a Greek Goddess who appears in the constellation of Virgo. One of its stars is Vindemiatrix, the harvester who when she appears in the eastern sky, this signifies that it is time to start the grape picking.