The ‘duo' in question is cinsault and grenache, both stalwarts of the Languedoc. This is a very pale rosé and such an easy charmer to be enjoyed on its own or with a salad.
‘A joyful swimming-pool sipper’ was the verdict from our Wine Champions panel for this pale-pink, floral-tinged Italian rosato. Refreshing, vibrant, and cherry-scented, this demands to be drunk outside in the sun!
A dry, well-rounded pink from the Languedoc, made principally from syrah with a third of petit verdot. All fruit and ease of drinking.
Moschofilero and roditis are pink-skinned varieties so why not a rosé?! A very similar blend to The Society's Greek White, just a touch more red-fruit character and complexity without losing those gorgeous citrus and rose-hip aromatics.
Charming strawberry and pomegranate-flavoured rosé from superstar in the making, Nikos Karavitakis in Chania, Crete. Delicious summer drinking with enough weight and body to go with mezze, hopefully in the garden.
Made from roughly equal thirds of syrah, grenache and cinsault with a spoonful of mourvèdre, this is a bright pink rosé from the Languedoc, full-bodied, dry and fruity, and made with food in mind, particularly grilled meats, fish or a medley of Mediterranean vegetables. The estate, which we've been following for years, is gradually going organic.