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End of summer clearance rosé case
Delicate and refreshing Portuguese pink deftly blending local touriga nacional and castelão with syrah.
Spain’s remarkable and diverse contingent of 2021 Wine Champion rosados begins in Murcia’s Yecla region. An easy-going, pale-coloured, grapefruit-scented charmer – we think members will love this just as much as we did.
Corent, in the Auvergne region of France, is one of the few appellations that is rosé only. It is a hillside vineyard and points in all directions, including north and is famous for its dry, full-flavoured, onion-skin rosés that go so well with food.
The Negrel family farm is within sight of the Mont Sainte-Victoire of Cézanne fame. From it comes this pale and delicate rosé with a touch of finesse, clean lines and length of flavour. Stunning.
A delightfully fresh, clean and fruity pink from a top estate in Provence. Fashionably pale and perfect on its own or with a summery salad.
Made from a blend of cinsault, grenache and syrah, this is a dry, fruity rosé from the south of France, clean and refreshing and a perfect pool-side pink.
A delightful blend of cinsault, grenache and a little of the local tibouren grape. Bone dry, clean, almost flinty with hints of cherry and redcurrant. Delicious and refreshing.
Made from roughly equal thirds of syrah, grenache and cinsault with a spoonful of mourvèdre, this is a bright pink rosé, full-bodied, dry and fruity, and made with food in mind. Grilled meats, fish or a medley of Mediterranean vegetables.
This 2020 blend from the island of Corsica is dominated by the sciaccarellu grape variety which favours freshness and delicacy. Pale, bone-dry and full-flavoured: a must for summer drinking.Please note that this wine shows a slight and harmless haze due to minimal filtration.
Another Loire highlight whose twist of red-berry fruit, streak of refreshing acidity (capable of cutting through all manner of dishes) and long finish for its price all amounted to a surefire Wine Champion.
Pale and dry pink from the island of Corsica which has become a major source of good-quality pinks. Made from cinsault and the local sciaccarellu grape, this is very clean, light and refreshing with hints of strawberry and redcurrant.
This is the first result of the Sichel family's revamped estate in the Corbieres in the south of France, and fittingly, given the time of the year, it is pink. Made from grenache and syrah, it is a lovely pale pink, fruity and flavoury.