Larger ROSÉ range in store!
Bouchard Aîné (France): Red berry and apple flavours are abundant in this dry and savoury pinky.
Estandon Héritage (France): Delicate, fresh aromas of peaches and pears. Delicious, soft and well-balanced on the palate.
Belle Epine (France): Fresh strawberries and pink grapefruit in a balanced rosé with a soft finish.
Domaine Valfont (France): Fruity flavours of strawberry and grapefruit, with a hint of sweetness and a delicate, creamy finish.
Palm par L'Escarelle (France): Aromatic and light-bodied, this night harvested pinky goes best with aperitifs.
GM par Gabriel Meffre (France): Petal rose in colour with sweet English candy flavours.
Chateau Clarettes (France): Clean and dry with red cherries and peach notes on the palate.
Tournon Mathilda Chapoutier (Vic., AUS): Fresh and lively with strawberry and rose on the tongue.
Chateau Leoube (France): This light, organic rose is dry and crisp with a slightly creamy mouthfeel.
Bass Phillip (Gippsland, VIC, AUS): Cherry red in colour with flavours of red cherry, sour cherry, strawberries and raspberries with
a touch of spice.
El Paso (Spain): Refreshingly sweet flavours of strawberries and cherries.
Man Is Not A Camel (Heathcote, VIC, AUS): This won the Heathcote Wine Show Rosé category with its texture, length and complexity.
La Linda (Barossa Valley, SA, AUS): Supple mouthfeel with raspberry and ripe peach flavours overlaying subtle infusions of Turkish delight.
Pasqua (Italy): A balanced palate of juicy red and black fruit flavours, vanilla. Lively, medium bodied and revitalizingly crisp with
a red apple infused finish.
Monichino (Goulburn Valley, VIC, AUS): A light, fresh, crisp style displaying flavours of strawberry, cherry and white peach.