Vignes de l`Eglise Rosé de Syrah IGP Pays d'Oc
This rosé is pale pink in colour and exhibits an intense perfume of red fruits with hints of strawberry and cassis. There is a perfect balance between the wine's fresh, vibrant style and its more rounded structure.
Piquepoul Noir Rose
A pale pink in colour, this Piquepoul rose has a delicate nose of cherry blossom, strawberries and peaches. The palate is wonderfully fresh with summer berry flavours and notes of crushed rose petals. The fruity notes are balanced perfectly with a lively, citrus acidity leaving the palate refreshed.
Best served with summer salads or grilled chicken.
Vegetarian & Vegan
Established in 1967 by Maurice Grignon, the family winemaking and trading company originally specialised in the production and sale of wine-making materials. Then in 1992, the company was sold and became an Association of Cooperatives and started producing wines from Languedoc- Roussillon.In 1996, the company made significant investments into modern equipment, improved storage and now specialises in the production of high quality wines. The name Foncalieu is made up of letters of villages in the region of l`Aude - Fonties de Aude, Capendu - ALzonne - Montolieu.
'Saint-M' Rosé Cru Classé
Located in the southernmost part of Côtes de Provence, Château Saint-Maur is nestled between the foothills of the stunning Massif des Maures mountain range and the Mediterranean Sea. Just 10km from Saint-Tropez, this beautiful part of the world lends itself to the production of the iconic, pale pink, Provencal rosé that has become a British summertime staple.
A beautiful, pale, salmon color. The nose is very appealing and concentrated with notes of small red fruits and orange blossom. The palate is fruit driven with strawberry and grapefruit dominating and more floral notes in the background. Refreshing and smooth, with great length.
Food pairing: Spaghetti with clams.
After harvest the grapes are put through a short period of cold maceration, primarily to extract aromas from the skins along with gentle colour. They are then pressed and transported to stainless steel vats where the must is left to settle. Fermentation occurs in stainless steel tank at a controlled temperature, with aging also all in stainless steel on the fine lees.
This unique rose is made primarly from the Grenache grape variety, blended with Cinsault and Mourvedre, traditional grapes of the French Mediterranean.
The wine is fresh and lively with distinctive mineralityand a long lasting finish, intensified by aging in French oak barrels. It's intense aromas of red fruit, citrus fruit and spices make it another perfect companion to be shared among friends.
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Chateau La Mascaronne Cotes De Provence Rose
Château La Mascaronne Rosé reveals the essence of the terroir from which it is produced. An exceptional rosé, it derives its quality not only from the grape varieties that comprise its blend but also from the soils on which the estate’s grapevines are planted. The Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah, Vermentino and Mourvèdre grapes, typical Provence varieties, are harvested at the height of ripeness.
When enjoyed young, Château La Mascaronne Rosé is delightful before or with a meal. But it is also marvelous after several years of aging, a more unusual feat for a rosé wine. The wine’s luminous pink hue makes it immediately identifiable as a Provence wine and is like a foretaste of the luscious, complex aromas of fresh, ripe fruit that it delivers.
Certified agriculture biologique.
“La Mascaronne offers ideal conditions for crafting an exceptional rosé wine. The scrupulous care with which our teams cultivate the vineyard has fostered a deep understanding of the specificities of each terroir and plot.
Throughout the year, at every phase of the winemaking process, we stop at nothing to achieve our goal of producing wines that are uniquely expressive and balanced, wines with a soul. My goal is to make Château La Mascaronne Rosé one of Provence’s most outstanding wines, and a true expression of our unique terroir, using only grapes grown on the estate.”
Terre de Mistral Rosalie 2019 Cote Du Provence
There’s a blackcurrant, almost menthol/lavender fruitiness that jumps out of the glass and transports you to a flower-bedecked terrace on the Cote d'Azur where you're eating fistfuls of olives and mindlessly following the flight of a busy little bee. White peach, pear drop, and white and tart red berry notes tingle the taste buds. Good body and creaminess, but crisp, bright and quintessentially Provencal.
(well, the 2018 was Decanters Magazine’s top scoring Provence rose last year with 95 points)
São João Sparkling Rosé - Beiras, Portugal
Caves São João has one of the oldest cellars in Portugal which reflects their history and reputation in Portugal. Founded in 1920, they are now preparing to celebrate their centenary celebrations.
Produced using the champagne method we've always been a big fan of Portuguese fizz, especially when it comes to value for money. Brimming with red fruits & apple it has a subtle creaminess too, a characteristic of champagne, from time spent on its lees.
An easy drinking sparkling that matches very well with food such as venison terrine, canapés, Asian food, pâtés and desserts.