Rosé wines our buyers think that you'll love

Rosé wine works brilliantly alongside salads and can cope with even strongly flavoured dressings; few wines go as well with spicy food or with simple grilled meats or vegetables. In fact, no other wine has quite the versatility that rosé does when it comes to food matching. That’s why we say rosés are not just for summer but deserve to be enjoyed all year round. We’re pleased to say many of our members agree! Find out more about buying rosé in our guide.

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The Society's Rosé, Pays d'Oc 2021

France Syrah/Shiraz
2.83333 star rating 6 Reviews
A dry, well-rounded pink from the Languedoc, made principally from syrah with...
Price:£6.95 Bottle
Price:£83.00 Case of 12

Domaine Félines Jourdan Les Fruités Rosé, Pays de l'Hérault 2021

France Cinsault
3 star rating 2 Reviews
Made from a blend of cinsault, grenache and syrah, this is a dry, fruity rosé...
Price:£7.25 Bottle
Price:£87.00 Case of 12

Minervois Rosé, Château Sainte Eulalie 2021

France Grenache Syrah
3 star rating 2 Reviews
Made from roughly equal thirds of syrah, grenache and cinsault with a spoonfu...
Price:£8.95 Bottle
Price:£107.00 Case of 12

Rosé Duo des Plages, Pays d'Oc 2021

France Cinsault
4.08333 star rating 12 Reviews
The ‘duo' in question is cinsault and grenache, both stalwarts of the Langued...
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Corbières Rosé, Château Ollieux Romanis 2021

France Grenache/Garnacha
2.5 star rating 2 Reviews
This is a lovely, balanced southern French rosé, pale, mouthwatering yet full...
Out of stock

Corbières Rosé, Alba, Château Ollieux-Romanis 2021

France Grenache/Garnacha
5 star rating 1 Reviews
A pink Corbières that's a match for the best that Provence can offer. Dry, li...
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