6 Shades of Rosé
A case of English rosé wines, from vineyards across England.
This case is a great starting point for any rosé fan new to discovering English wine. English rosé typically is quite dry in style, similar to Provence rosé but English rosé can offer a richer spectrum of flavours, which we've showcased in this case.
This is a case of 6 bottles of rosé wine.
Sixteen Ridges Pinot Noir Rosé from Worcestershire – a dry rosé that’s similar to Provence-rosé but we think it offers a bit more complexity of flavour! Notes of cranberry, strawberry and raspberry, with floral and citrus tones.
Lowick Peony Blush from Northamptonshire – a highly unusual off-dry rosé that combines savoury, herbaceous flavours with flavours of blackcurrant and red fruits.
Chilford Hall Blush from Cambridgeshire – a dry rosé that will appeal to fans of French or Italian rosé. Flavours of red fruits and a delicate hint of candyfloss on the finish.
Carr Taylor Rosé from Hastings – a dry rosé similar to Provence-rosé packed with flavours of red fruits. We suggest serving chilled, but leaving the bottle out of the fridge a few minutes before serving, to allow the flavours to really open up.
Wayfarer Hedgerow Rosé from Kent – an off-dry rosé bursting with flavours of red fruits and candied apples, with a complex, long finish.
Whitehall Charlotte May Rosé from Wiltshire – a bone-dry Provence-style rosé. This wine also gets great reviews from non-rosé fans as it’s so dry! Flavours of summer fruits and red apple.