6 Shades of Rosé
Do you like your rosé pale, dry and delicate or boldly pink and fruity? Our 6 Shades of Rosé case features a spectrum of gorgeous colours and flavours. Including several award winners from all across England, this is the perfect selection for any rosé wine lover!
Gwinllan Conwy Regent Rosé - a complex dry rosé using the Regent grape, grown on the vineyard on Anglesey. A nose of crushed red berry with wild strawberries and red pear notes on the palate.
Chilford Hall Blush - summer in a glass! Strawberries & cream, vanilla, cranberries and redcurrants, with a delicate finish of subtle candyfloss
Sixteen Ridges Pinot Noir - a lighter bodied red with notes of cherries, toasted oak, vanilla, blackberries and a summer-fruity finish
Welcombe Hills A Rose by Any Other Name - an intense coral-salmon colour, this rosé has aromas of red fruits and vanilla, with cherry and summer fruits on the palate, and a smooth, almost creamy finish
Greyfriars Rosé - beautifully dry, with intense aromatics reminiscent of citrus fruits such as grapefruit and confit lemon
Carr Taylor Rosé - mid-cherry pink in colour, this wine has a delightfully subtle nose of raspberries and cherries. Typical English crispness complements the soft red fruit flavours