Rosé wine happens when black-skinned grapes are crushed and the skins stays in contact with the juice for a short time. The longer the skins are left in contact with the juice, the more intense the color of the final wine. This is completely up to the winemaker.
Sparkling Rosé NV, Pinot Noir, Wales, UK, Ancre Hill Estates
Delicate red fruit and brioche notes. Perfumed nose of red berries, soft bubbles on the palate and zippy acidity.
Verano 2019, Field Blend, Nelson, New Zealand, Kindeli Wines
Blend of seven varieties. Lively and fresh, summer berries and tropical fruits.
Buve Z'En 2019, Grenache/ Syrah/ Cunoise, Rhône Valley, Mas de Libian
Light body with refreshing acidity and notes of strawberries and cream with a touch of white pepper.
Poolside 2018, Syrah, Barossa Valley South Australia, Tom Shobbrook Wines
Crunchy bright berries, watermelon, sweet lemon fruit, hint of tannin. Served slightly chilled.
Côtes de Provence 2018, Cinsault/ Grenache/ Mourvèdre, Provence France, Château Sainte Anne
Fresh, cherry, strawberry, light-bodied.
Etc Etc 2017, Field Blend, Victoria Australia, Momento Mori Wines
Fruity and refreshing wine, with gooseberry and strawberry aromas.