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Under Wraps McLaren Vale Rose

Pale pink to salmon in colour, this wine displays a subtle nose of raspberries and strawberries.The palate shows red berries with a fine texture and a crisp, dry finish.

Les Vignerons de Granet Esprit de Granet Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence

LES VIGNERONS DE GRANET Esprit de Granet Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence

Domaine de la Sangliere Breezette Rose

DOMAINE DE LA SANGLIERE Breezette, Cotes de Provence Rose

Chateau Sainte Beatrice Cuvee Du Prince

Château Sainte Béatrice Cuvée Du Prince rosé is a blend of Cinsault, Grenache and Carignan. A salmon-hued wine, it is lightly aromatic with notes of honeysuckle and candied fruit. Fresh and dry on the palate, it has a hint of spiciness with layers of fruity red berrry. At Château Sainte Béatrice, tradition is key. Much of the harvest, as well as grape care, is done manually.

Gwyn Olsen Hunter Valley Rose

This wine shows great length with rich guava, strawberries and cream flavours dominating the palate.

Woodstock Grenache Rosé

Cherry, raspberry and rose petal aromas are intermingled with hints of blueberry. Juicy cherry flavours of Grenache continue in a rich, ripe, textured palate. Terrific with smoked salmon.

Watercolour Rosé

This Rosé is bright pink in colour with strawberry notes and flavours. Best served chilled.

Pigoudet L'Oratoire Cuvée Divine

Tasting notes: Fresh and rich, silky and spicy texture, creamy and tangy, citrus flavours. Impressive fullness and superb finale.

Hecht & Bannier Cote de Provence

Hecht & Bannier Côtes de Provence Rosé Gregory Hecht and François Bannier founded their negociant business in 2002 with the aim of making benchmark examples of wines from all the major appellations -- red, white and rosé -- of Roussillon, Languedoc and Provence. For their Côtes de Provence rosé, they focus on the cooler slopes and hillsides of the region. Grapes are harvested in the cool of the night and the wine is fermented and matured in concrete and stainless steel tanks. Our mantra is: conserve the typical Mediterranean strength in our wines while preserving balance and crispness.- Gregory Hecht & François Bannier Grenache and Cinsault together make up about 90% of the wine (the rest is Rolle, or Vermentino) and the two red varieties are macerated together so that their personalities and qualities intermingle. The aim is to create a Provence rosé with charm and minerality that displays aromas and flavours of dried herbs and mountain flowers.

Reserve de Fabregues Costieres de Nimes Rosé

Reserve de Fabregues Costieres de Nimes Rosé displays a very pale pink colour. Light, fresh and elegant. Reveals delicate peony notes and strawberry aromas.