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Conde Valdemar Rosado (Rioja, Spain)
This is Conde Valdamars most symbolic rosado with a deep, strawberry rose colour, bright and lively. They use 30-year-old vine Grenache berries deliver delicate aromas with fresh, floral and red berry notes. The Tempranillo gives the wine high-quality silkiness in mouth. The combination of these varieties produces a well balanced fruity wine with a long finish and a savoury edge. See more here
Vidigal Porta 6 Rose (Lisboa, Portugal)
A modern winery producing fruit-forward, easy to drink wines, perfect by themselves or with simple dishes Porta 6 wines have taken the wine world by storm over the past number of years since their introduction. The ROse is the latest addition to the range and follows this tried and tested approach. Pale salmon pink in colour. It has aromas strawberries, citrus and floral notes with red berry flavours. A refreshing dry style of rosé See more here
Farnese Fantini Cerasuolo d'Abruzzo Rose (Abruzzo, Italy)
The wines from Abruzzo became famous worldwide in the XVI century and the Farnese name has been instrumental in the wines for the region since those times. The Fantini range rose was harvested at the beginning of October after which followed a brief maceration on skins (about 6 hours). Fermentation was then without skins for 15 days at 12°C in order to obtain ideal colour and taste. The result is a bright cherry pink colour. Intense and persistent, delicate fragrance, very fruity with notes of small red fruits (strawberry). Medium body, intense, well-balanced, soft and round, very long in the mouth. Perfect to drink young. It matches perfectly with fish, first light courses and white meat and excellent in between meals. See more here
Chateau Gairoird Provence Rose (Provence, France)
Château Gairoird produces organic wines on its 45 hectare domaine just outside the village of Cuers in the Côtes de Provence AOC. Here Olivier Pierrefeu grows numerous Provence cépages including Grenache, Cinsault, Rolle, Syrah and Tibouren on typical Provence terroir; well draining, stony limestone-clay soil - gravoches - which is perfect for classic Provence rosé. Harvested by night to make this rosé de presse, the juice is cool-fermented for 2-3 weeks in stainless steel tanks, then stays on its fine lees until bottling in January. Côtes de Provence rosé is all about the blend and up to 10 other varieties in tiny proportions go into this wine. This beautiful organic rosé is gastronomic and elegant with sweet fruit aromas and flavours of ripe peaches on the palate. Perfect apéritif but also a good match with a crab fritter, sushi, tuna tartare or salmon. While in Provence it may be served with bouillabaisse (a tomato and saffron infused fish stew). Also suits a creamy goat cheese. See more here
Ai Galera Encantado Rose (Tejo, Portugal)
Long overlooked by the wine cognoscenti, the burgeoning interest in Portuguese wine is finally resulting in more awareness of the potential of this proud country. The previously undervalued Tejo region, lying to the south of Lisbon, is capable of producing wines of enormous value and character – something that is captured by Ai Galera. Inspired by the long, and sometimes extremely colourful history of the region – most notably the life of literati Marchioness Leonor of Távora, Ai Galera’s arresting imagery and even more arresting wine quality demands and hollers for your attention. Incredible value, intriguing indigenous varieties and supreme drinkability all add up to wines that thrill. The destemmed grapes were kept in contact with the skins for 6 to 8 hours, after which a controlled fermentation at 16ºC was carried out. A beautiful aroma of fresh red fruits with cherry being predominant. Intense flavours that match the aroma, fresh and delicate. Try with Sushi, salad and Mediterranean foods. See more here
Pierre Chainier 1749 Rose d'Anjou (Loire Valley, France)
Pierre Chainier source classic Loire varietal wines as well as owning some excellent properties throughout the region. For both elements of their wine business, they look to principles of agriculture raisonne alongside the most modern wine-making techniques. Clos de Nouys is a 25 acre estate within the Vouvray appellation, one of the oldest in the AOC with vines averaging 35 years old. Its parcels of vines were already listed amongst the best sites on geological maps dating from 1907. Classic medium-dry rosé from Anjou. Pale strawberry pink in colour, this has delicate summer pudding aromas and a round medium-dry palate with balancing but delicate acidity. A lovely aperitif or with light dishes. See more here
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