Bouchard Rose VDP N.VBouchard Rose VDP N.V
Bouchard Rose VDP N.V
Bouchard Aîné & Fils’ “Rosé de France” blend uses mostly Cinsault Noir grapes to achieve a very elegant, fruity wine.
A beautiful clear rosé with purplish tints.
Fruity with hints of gooseberry and citrus fruits.
Slightly acidic for optimum freshness. Pleasantly soft in the mouth and easy to drink
Christina Zweigelt Rose 2019 AustriaChristina Zweigelt Rose 2019 Austria
Christina Zweigelt Rose 2019 -Ripe, fresh and summery, this beautiful rose of 100% Zweigelt is certain to satisfy. Aromas and flavors of strawberry, melon and cranberry pour out of its mineral-laden foundation, and six months on the lees help give the wine its generous texture.
Domaine Les Fouques Cuvee Tradition 2018Domaine Les Fouques Cuvee Tradition 2018
Domaine Les Fouques Cuvee Tradition 2018. This Rosé displays a wonderfully full fruited and fleshy appeal, showing more density and textural layering than many other Provence counterparts. The low intervention winemaking throws elements of funk and texture, adding to the profile of peach, melon and wild strawberries. An energetic wine, as Yves and I concurred.
Fighting Gully Road Rose 2019-Victoria BeechworthFighting Gully Road Rose 2019-Victoria Beechworth
Fighting Gully Road Rose 2019. Light salmon-pink colour, with freshness of hue. The bouquet is complex and meaty, smoked smallgoods, charcuterie-like, and at quite a remove from the fresh, grapy style of Aussie rosé. It’s soft and round, easygoing and gentle, with moderate length and a clean finish. Lovely balance and great drinkability. Excellent Aussie rosé
Helen’s Hill Lana Rose 2020 Victoria Yarra ValleyHelen’s Hill Lana Rose 2020 Victoria Yarra Valley
Helen’s Hill Lana Rose 2020 The bouquet presents itself delicately. Crushed rose petals and strawberries being the standout. From there, the palate is presented with similar traits. Strawberry fruits and light acidity are complimented with mouth coating, yet subtle texture from the time this wine spent in oak.
Jules Rose 2018 IGPJules Rose 2018 IGP
Jules Rose 2018 IGP
Pure Provence in style, this is a great all-occasions wine, and a first rate introduction to French rosé. Made and priced to over-deliver. From a riper vintage, this release is a little more fruit forward than usual, and that’s no bad thing. Full in the mouth and with an extra layer of juicy zestiness, classic strawberries and cream with a drop of mandarin juice, and a bittering, complexing finish, akin to the closing bite of a good gin and tonic. An easy wine to love and everything it should be – refreshing, straightforward, delicious and highly moreish!