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Brown Brothers Brown & Co A Little Sweet Rose

A new wave of wine, for a new wave of sippers. Crafted by those who are brave enough to blend generations of Brown family winemaking wisdom into something, a little different.Combining notes of vibrant berries and crisp citrus, this is a Rosé is bright confectionery pink in colour. A simple, enjoyable fruity rosé built to please with tangy strawberry and raspberry fruit flavours running the length of the wine with a hint of sweetness.

Wild Oats Rosé

Mateus Rosé

Mateus Rose is perfectly suited to Australia's climate and lifestyle. Served chilled its light sweet fruit flavour is great with alfresco meals or as a refreshing drink just by itself.

Chaffey Bros Not Your Grandma's Rosé

Forester Estate Lifestyle Rose

Clean, bright and fruit driven with strawberries and cream, cranberry, candy floss and subtle hints of nougat and spice. The palate is long and focused with light and soft texture. There is strawberries and cream with spiced red apple leading to a soft long finish.

Sit Stay Society Ruby's Rosé

This half-bottle of Rose contains a delightful burst of cherry and strawberry flavours. A vibrant wine that features cute dog breeds on the bottle, with every purchase of Sit Stay Society Rosé, you are contributing to Sit Stay Society's pet adoption program.

Calneggia Rosé

West Cape Howe Cape to Cape Tempranillo Rose

De Bortoli Rosé Rosé

Studio by Miraval Rosé

The name of this wine, STUDIO by Miraval, was not chosen by chance. In 1977, jazz musician Jacques Loussier, the owner of the estate at the time, had a recording studio built there, and hosted international artists of the caliber of Pink Floyd, The Cure, Muse, AC/DC, Wham, Sting, The Cranberries, Rammstein, Chris Rea, and French artists such as Indochine, Telephone, and Bashung. Turning their back on the famous studios of London and elsewhere, they came for the quality of the sound but also for the inspiration procured by this place that the current owners firmly intend to preserve.