This tribute ‘bouquet’ showcases the beautiful range of rosé styles for a wine too good not to sip all year round. Rosé can be made from any red grape (and even some whites too) - and these 3 really show a delectable diversity.
Fernweh, Trinkvergnügen - This wine is for those looking for a Rosé that drinks with red wine complexity. The texture on this is sublime, mouth-coating, with a richness of fruit, wildly aromatic, and endless layers of savory dried tea and herb.
Liquid Farm, Rosé – This wine taste like it’s been bottled right from the earth. Apricot plucked right from the tree, earthy peach skins, and berries from a briar.
Press Gang, Rosé - Made in the style of a Provencal rosé, this wine is like orange peel and grapefruit blossom. Pale in color, with a slight, not-quite-sparkling zip to it.