As the weather heats up and patios all over the country become more crowded, here are our top pink picks to be adding to your list.
Most of the above are included in our
summer bin-end sale
Light in style but pretty, very well balanced and represents amazing value for money.
Bergerie de L'Hortus Rosé Cuvée Classique, Coteaux du Languedoc:
A food friendly rosé, good complexity and weight of fruit. Some might call it intellectual.
Oratoire Saint Andrieu Rosé 2013:
A pretty rose for all occasions, floral aspects, just a delightful, seriously well balanced summer glugger. Made from typical Provencal varietals (Grenache28%, Syrah25%, Cinsault29%, Rolle10%, Cabernet 8%).
Julio Bouchon Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva Rosé:
A simple but pleasing, fruit driven, off-dry rose which will appeal to wine newbies. Packed with raspberries and strawberries.
Edulis Rioja Rosé, Lealtanza:
Made from 100% Tempranillo, this is fresh and fruity with ripe strawberry.
Bollinger Rosé NV
Simply put, one of the finest Rosé Champagnes around. Rich and distinguished.
Tavel Rosé, La Dame Rousse 2012, Domaine de la Mordorée (Southern Rhone):
A full-throttle rose which packs a punch. Considered one of the best of the region and reguallry gets over 90 points from Robert Parker. This is as serious as it gets.
Veuve Clicquot Rosé
From this very famous, popular Champagne house. Elegant and succulent with wonderful finesse.