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Rose Wine

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  • Casal Mendes Rose 10.5% 75cl
    A pale salmon pink, refreshing and fruity rose, bursting with aromas of strawberries, raspberries, peardrops and pineapples. On the palate the wine is soft and fruity with a light spritz. A delicious summer wine with nice fresh acidity and a touch of sweetness on the finish.
    £6.99
  • Ancora Pinot Grigio Rose 2016 12.5% 75cl
    A fresh and fruity, slightly off-dry rose with delicate aromas of red berries. Crisp and lively on the palate with strawberry and red cherry fruit and a delicate, lightly fruity finish.

    In the Vineyard
    Produced from grapes grown in northern Italy. The ripest grapes were selected from mature hillside vineyards and hand harvested in early September. The extra ripeness allows the dark-skinned Pinot Grigio grapes develop a pink tinge which is further enhanced by the addition of a small proportion of Pinot Noir grapes from the same vineyards.
    In the Winery
    The grapes were harvested at optimum ripeness and transported to Adrias cellars where they were crushed and the skins left in contact with the juice for 12 hours at low temperature before gentle pressing. After a slow, cool fermentation in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks the wine was bottled young to preserve freshness and aromas.

    Food Recommendations
    Serve chilled as an aperitif or to accompany salads, cold meats such as salami or smoked chicken or seafood dishes
    £6.80
  • Domaine Rimauresq Rose 2016 13% 75cl
    Ultra pale in colour, really clean and fresh on the nose and the palate, the flavours are full of character and charm with just a hint of spice and good length. Domaine de Rimauresque Cru Classe is a highly-reputed estate, situated on the Cotes du Provence. The estate encompasses 46 hectares of prime vineyards with an average vine age of 40 years (the oldest being planted in 1930). Situated on the harsh mineral soils at the foothills of the Maures Massif, the vines are protected by the sheltering effects of the mountain from the harsh Mediterranean sun. This allows a longer ripening period and better fruit development. Replacement planting is now ensuring an increased vine density of up to 5,000 vines per hectare in an ongoing drive to improve quality. For this vintage, the blend consisted of Grenache Noir 34%, Cinsault 33%, Mourvdre 10%, Carignan 7%, Syrah 5%, Cabernet Sauvignon 5%, Tibouren 3% and Rolle 3%.
    £13.50
  • Camel Valley Rose 2013 12% 75cl
    A light ros with intense strawberry aromas. This ros has been made dry and will compete with ross from around the world. Perfect for sipping al fresco, a real hammock wine! Made from 66% Pinot Noir and 33% Dornfelder.
    £13.99
  • Sancerre Rose 2014 Hubert Brochard 13% 75cl
    This beautifully Sancerre rose from Hubert Brochard has a lovely aroma of red fruits, classy and elegant palate and dry lengthy finish.
    £16.99
  • Bellefontaine Rose de Grenache 2016 Vin de Pays D'Oc 13.5% 75cl
    An easy-to-drink Rose with an orangey pink hue. The wine has a slightly smoky nose, which reveals the perfumed spice of Syrah. On the palate the wine shows lovely fresh, fruit such as raspberry, blackcurrant and redcurrant and it has a dry, crisp finish. A perfect 'Summer Pudding' wine
    £6.85
  • Borsao Rosado Garnacha 2015 13.5% 75cl
    Delicate pink colour, with aromas of strawberry jam. The style is dry yet commercial with some mid-palate sweetness.

    The entry level Borsao varietals, as you might expect from a well-equipped cellar of this size, are outstanding examples of easy-to-drink inexpensive wines. Increasingly though, Borsao are becoming better known for their premium wines, in particular the iconic, multi award winning Tres Picos.
    £6.35
  • Domaine de la Vieille Tour Rose Cotes de Provence 12% 75cl
    Crafted by Nicolas Milliard, this is a perfect pale pink wine elegantly set off in a clear tall bottle. Its an appealing wine with lovely sweet fruit from varietal Grenache grapes. On the palate it is soft, ripe and juicy. Clean, well balanced with some depth and even a hint of tannins and that tang on the finish so typical of Provence ros.

    Producer Details
    Domaine de Vieille Tour is a 22 hectare Ctes de Provence estate situated between Pierrefeu and Cuers (not far from Chteau La Moutte). The Domaine's vineyards benefit from lying in a slight geographical depression which has a particular micro climate, encouraging long and even ripening of the grapes. Grapes for the ros - Grenache, Syrah and Cinsault - are cultivated on sandstone clay soils and harvested by hand, before being transported to a very modern, gravity fed winery.

    In the Vineyard
    The Domaine's vineyards benefit from lying in a slight geographical depression which has a particular micro climate, encouraging long and even ripening of the grapes. Grapes for the ros - Grenache, Syrah and Cinsault - are cultivated on sandstone clay soils and harvested by hand, before being transported to a very modern, gravity fed winery.

    In the Winery
    Grapes for the ros - Grenache, Syrah and Cinsault - are cultivated on sandstone clay soils and harvested by hand, before being transported to a very modern, gravity fed winery.
    £9.99
  • Circumstance Cape Coral Rose 2015 13.5% 75cl
    Plush, pale and posh Cape Ros. Beautifully dry, mineral and firm with an evocative herbal, almost hoppy character. Elegant fresh red morello cherry fruit flavours abound with terrific textural mouthfeel and finish.

    Producer Details

    Wines from the Waterkloof Estate emphasise restraint, elegance and a strong mineral character due to the vineyards exposed position on the upper slopes of the famed Schaapenberg Mountain. High above False Bay the Waterkloof vineyards face directly onto the Atlantic Ocean at the southern limit of the Stellenbosch wine region. This very special site with its strong maritime influence, steep aspect and unique soil profile allows for the production of truly fine wines. The winemaking and viticultural team led by Werner Engelbrecht follow natural winemaking methods with minimal intervention, including the use of open-top fermenters, whole bunch pressing, wild yeast fermentation, extended fermentation periods and extra lees contact to maximise the terroir character. Since the first vintage in 2005 the estate has garnered widespread praise and many awards, producing some of South Africas best and most sought after Sauvignon and Merlot based wines. Waterkloof has also been at the forefront of innovation producing South Africas first iconic ros (Cape Coral). Wines under the Peacock Ridge label are produced from the lower more protected slopes and are rounder with greater generosity and a more forward style.
    £9.99
  • Il Caggio Pinot Grigio Rose 2014 12% 75cl
    This fruity Ros is deliciously delicate and pale pink in colour. Crisp and refreshing flavours of soft red fruits are complemented by subtle floral aromas
    £6.85
  • Lourensford Rose 2010 The River Garden 13% 75cl
    Clean, bright, crisp and well-balanced with fresh red fruit, such as strawberries, guava and watermelon characters with a structured finish.

    Various red cultivars, situated in cool sites of the Estate, were chosen for the Rose production. This improves the structure and fruit intensity of the wine. Harvested in early morning and brought cold to the cellar.
    £6.99
  • Planeta Rose 2010 IGT 12% 75cl
    Inspired by a pink Sicilian sunset, this wine has a light and attractive nose with notes of rose petals, pomegranate and strawberries. On the palate, the wine is silky smooth, light and fresh with no angularity and a beautiful finish.

    Food Matching Note
    :This wine has few limits: excellent as aperitif, with light pasta dishes or even with fruit, fillet of grouper with tomatoes, spaghetti alla Norma, warm octopus and potato salad, pasta with fresh tuna and courgettes, sea-food, oysters, raw sword fish and sushi, salami made with black Nebrodi pork, fresh hard "tuma" cheese.
    £9.75
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