Light Rosé Pack
Our pick of 3 bottles of rosé that fit perfectly for this warmer weather:
'Dope' by Claus Preisinger, a Blaufränkisch from Burgenland aged in amphora for 8 months. Raspberries, low in tannins and acidity with a hint of effervescence and a bit of funk.
'Roig Boig' by Celler La Salada, a Catalonian blend of Cannonau, Mandó, Mònica, Turbat, Sumoll and Xarel·lo. A very juicy wine with aromas of red fruits and wild flowers. Light, fruity and easy to drink with a pleasant acidity that leaves you wanting more.
'Déferlante 3' by Olivier Cohen, a blend of Syrah, Grenache, Carignan, Ugni Blanc, Vermentino and Chenin Blanc from Languedoc. A 'Glou Glou' rosé with notes of fresh forest berries and a herbal touch. Darker in colour compared to your average Southern French Rosé but most definitely worth a try.