Domaine Collotte Marsannay Rosé 2017
Chateau Mourgues du Gres Fleur d'Eglantine Rose 2017With a touch of Carignan -Depending on the vintage-. Direct pressing for an airy wine with a delicate colour. Vinification and ageing done without sulphur for more purity and fruitiness. A slight addition at bottling to ensure the stability and the regularity of the wine.
Chateau Pradeaux Bandol Rosé 2017
Ameztoi Txakolina Rubentis 2017The pink sibling of Ameztoi's flagship white, this vibrant rosé is made from a mix of red and white indigenous grapes and is bottled with a little residual carbonation to give it a light spritz.
Gerard Boulay Sancerre Rosé 2016Unlike many Sancerre Roses, Gerard harvests his Pinot specifically to make rose by direct press, then into tank. It is not a selection of young vines as he has no young Pinot vines. What makes the rosé one year could make red another, and vice versa, depending on what the vintage gives.
Commanderie de Peyrassol Cotes de Provence Rose 2017Our #1 all time favorite dry rose from Provence. A beautifully balanced wine, round fruit and long on the palate. Classy clear packaging.
Domaine des Masques Essentielle Rose 2017Colour: Light pink, shiny with grey glints. Nose: You note the freshness of citrus fruits (grapefruit, lime), berries (blackberry and gooseberry), exotic fruit (lychee, passion fruit and banana), peach skins and pear. Mouth:Full-bodied and fresh, with a good balance. A real treat! Food Pairings: The king of the aperitif! The palette of aromas of this rosé invites you to try it on its own or with grilled fish or fish in sauce, seafood, grilled meat or Mediterranean dishes. It is also delicious with Asian cuisine. A fruit salad or a sorbet are ideal to bring out its notes of lychee and peach, among others.
Domaine de Fontsainte Gris de Gris 2017Our wines are the product of strict vineyard practices and judicious oenological work. To achieve low yields and concentrated fruit, we practice: rigorous pruning and trellising; green harvesting; manual picking at optimal maturity using small crates; careful selection of grapes. In the vinification and maturing cellars, consultant oenologist Claude Gros advises on the best methods to extract the aromas and flavours carefully nurtured in the vineyard. This involves: gentle pressing, temperature-controlled vinifications, gravity-fed operations, atmosphere-controlled cellar aging, and domain bottling.
Domaine Isle Saint Pierre Rose 2017 1.5LRipe strawberry. Fruity nose that gives an elegant in-mouth texture, with hints of red fruit and dried fig with a lingering fresh taste. Suggestions,: Pairs well with a cold fish and vegetable cake, "pieds paquets" (Provencal speciality)
Arnot Roberts Rosé 2016
Coeur Esterelle Côtes de Provence Rosé 2017A very light-colored rosé, with a rich aroma of pastries and red fruits on the nose: cherries, cassis, strawberries, blueberries. Fruity, elegant on the palate, with flavours of fresh berries.
Domaine Isle Saint Pierre Rose 2017We discovered the Isle Saint Pierre wines through our friends Karina and Guillaume Lefevre of Domaine du Sulauze, home of the famed Pomponette Pink! Isle Saint-Pierre is a small island in the middle of the Rhône river, located 25km south of Arles and 15km away from the Mediterranean in the heart of the Camargue region. In 1927, Parisian wine merchant Pierre Chassaing founded Domaine Isle Saint-Pierre and devoted himself to cultivating vines and raising sheep. A few vines remains from that time, together with a flock of 200 sheep that provides the manure needed to nourish the vines. The proximity to the water means that the island enjoys a coastal climate (with a cooling influence from the nearby bodies of water) and deep, well draining sedimentary soils comprised of sand and silt. Sustainably Farmed.
Diving Into Hampton Water DIVING INTO HAMPTON WATER ROSE 2017Hand-picked by the finest wine makers the South of France has to offer, Hampton Water Wine is made up of the perfect blend of Grenache, Cinsault and Mourvedre grapes. What that all means is our wine is the perfect companion for any occasion.
Château-de-Pourcieux Cotes de Provence Rose 2017
Domaine du Carroir Perrin SANCERRE ROSE Pierre Riffault 2017Rosé Sancerre is made from Pinot Noir grapes just like the red Sancerre. However, it is vinifed in the same way as white Sancerre. It is delectable, with flavors of fruit drop candies and red berries. It is the perfect accompaniment to barbecues as well as contemporary cuisine (sweet- savoury combinations) or ethnic dishes.
Chateau Simone Palette Rosé 2016
Channing Daughters Rosato Di Franconia 2016Appearance: Quite pale color, onion skin. Aroma: Super fragrant aromas of pink grapefruit, golden raspberry, tart cherry, red/yellow peach. Mouth Feel: Salty minerality. Juicy, medium-bodied, refined swelling texture, dry, and a touch of spice! Food Pairing: Pair with charcuterie, light fish preparations, pastas and summer vegetables!
Channing Daughters Rosato di Cabernet Franc 2017Crisp, medium-bodied, elegant...Coppery, very pale pink onion-skin hue...Light and ethereal...Beautiful floral notes, raspberry, watermelon, currant, saline minerality, green plum, light red fruit and citrus profile. ....great with raw bar, shellfish, local fluke and flounder, sushi, ceviches, fresh cheeses and fried foods. Moderate, balanced alcohol. Crushable.
Chateau Minuty CH MINUTY M DE MINUTY ROSE 16 750ML chateau minuty m de minuty provencales rose 2017Colour: Light and bright. Nose: Eager and intense with orange peel and red current aromas. Flavors: Smooth with a nice acidulous freshness. Food Pairings: Pistou soup, raw vegetables, grilled meat, prawn skewers, apricot pie.
Chateau d'Esclans Whispering Angel 2017Fresh red berry fruit characteristics with floral nose. Ripe and fleshy feel on the palate. Dry (zero sugar). Great concentration. Smooth and round finish. No astringent aftertaste or bite. Extremely easy drinking. No matter what style of wine you drink, everyone finds something in Whispering Angel that they enjoy and can identify with (from beginner to wine experts)
Schloss Gobelsburg Gobelsburger Cistercien Rosé 2017For the Cistercien Rosé, the Zweigelt, St. Laurent and Pinot Noir grapes grown in the cooler sites of Gobelburg and Langenlois are used. After the harvest, the grapes - still with their stems - are softly pressed and then fermented. This type of rosé is somewhat similar to a white wine because no acid reduction is used to emphasise the fine fruity character with a streamlined elegance. Its fragrance and fruit nuances of wild cherry and fresh berries make this Rosé an optimal universal food companion.