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Rosé Case

Case of 12
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Rosé, rosato, rosado, whatever you want to call it, pink works brilliantly alongside salads and can even cope with strongly flavoured dressings. Few wines go as well with spicy food or with simple grilled meats or vegetables. A 12-bottle case containing two bottles each of the following:
Price: £94.00 Case of 12
Out of stock
Code: SC24214

Wines included

2024 - 2024

The Society's Rosé, Pays d'Oc 2023

A dry, well-rounded pink from the Languedoc, made principally from syrah with a touch of petit verdot. The two varieties work very well together with petit verdot giving the wine its structure. Appetising and refreshing. This is a wine that will sweep you away to the French Riviera, and while we'd all love to enjoy the journey on the sun-drenched sailing boat of the label, it's a great wine to enjoy anywhere, anytime.

France £8.25 per bottle
2023 - 2024

Alpha Zeta Rosato Veronese 2023

Pale in colour, this refreshing strawberry and cherry-scented rosato from Italy makes the perfect aperitivo.

Italy £7.50 per bottle
2024 - 2025

Rosé Duo des Plages, Pays d'Oc 2023

The ‘duo' in question is cinsault and grenache, both stalwarts of the Languedoc. This is a pale rosé and such an easy charmer to be enjoyed on its own or with a salad – and not necessarily on the beach!

France £7.75 per bottle
2024 - 2025

G & L Rosé, Kintonis 2023

Produced exclusively for us by Leonidas Nassiakos and George Kintonis, who make The Society's Greek White. This same blend of moschofilero and roditis adds a splash of agiorgitiko for colour and redcurrant and strawberry complexity.

Greece £8.95 per bottle
2024 - 2025

Señorio de Sarrίa Rosado, Navarra 2023

A deeply coloured Spanish pink which is made from garnacha. This is dry and generously fruity.

Spain £7.95 per bottle
2024 - 2025

Adega de Redondo Maré Viva Rosé, Alentejano 2023

A friendly Portuguese blend of local aragonez and castelão grapes, light in colour, fresh, bright and quaffable.

Portugal £6.75 per bottle
2024 - 2025
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