Looking to kick start your Summer Rose collection? Then look no further with this absolute hit-list of pinks, and all things fresh and wild. Featuring some of the most popular Rose best sellers in The Wine Collective history, this is your chance to join the Rose revolution (without committing to a full case of each wine).
This pack contains 2 bottles of the following:
Marius & Jeannette Rose Pays d'Oc 2020 Marius & Jeannette is back! It's our biggest selling Rose, and easy to understand why. Just a look at the swishness of that packaging. It's just begging to be thrown-down on a hot Summers day. Yet, the most important part, the juice inside, is where the real fans are one. Made from 100% Grenache, sourced from just outside the town of Montpellier in Southern France, it's got gentle fruit flavours and a zingy, orange peel acidity. Fresh, vibrant and hard to put down.
Evans & Tate Metricup Road Rose 2021 Bright and red-fruited rose from the legends at Evans and Tate, who also lend a hand to the crew at Deep Woods (another WA Rose legend), this very Summery wine, is dry with lifted perfume of cranberries and strawberries. Just delicious drinking and riveting value. The 2021 vintage of Metricup Road takes off where the '20 left us. Sprightly, juicy, flavour-packed Rose that requires very little effort to enjoy. It just does everything on the box and more. Last year, the critics were wooed. Erin Larkin's a fan, so too was The Real Review and even Master of Wine Ned Goodwin.
Howard Vineyard 400 Meters Rose 2021 Rosé makes us smile. Rosé makes our hearts sing with joy. And when it comes this cheaply and this good? Well, we reach an almost euphoric state. Our spirits fly high, almost as high as the site that produces Howard Vineyard’s 400 Meters Rosé 2021. It comes to us from the Clover Farm vineyard (about 400 metres above sea level) and is a superlative expression of this style. Frankly, even with the weather cooling down a little, we can’t stop drinking it.
De Iuliis Rose 2021 Perfectly blush pink like the fuzz on a ripe peach skin, the De Iuliis Rose 2021 is a wine we can all get excited about. A blend of Shiraz, Merlot and Tempranillo, that goes through a cool fermentation, this wine heralds from a winemaker who enjoys making and drinking Rose and its shows. A bone dry finish allows the wine to sit alongside endless combinations of dishes and even sits pretty all on its own.
Roche Mazet Pays d'Oc Syrah Rose 2020 Today, we welcome back one of the most popular rosé of 2020 too, the legendary Roche Mazet rosé. A Silver medal winner from the Pays d'Oc in the south of France, this dry, juicy rosé is an absolute charmer. It's not hard to see why this Roche Mazet is so popular. Full of raspberry and pink flowers with a dry, crunchy finish, it's effortlessly drinkable. It captures the savouriness which Rosé from the south of France is famous for, this pink drink scored its Silver medal thanks to old fashioned approachability.
Hewitson 66 Seppeltsfield Rd Rose 2021 Dean Hewitson can do no wrong. The 35-year-old winemaking veteran has a great love for the ‘Old World’ tradition, and as well as extensive hours logged in Australian wineries, has also done stints in Burgundy and Bordeaux, The Rhone Valley, Southern France and Champagne. He knows old-vine, powerful Barrosan reds like the back on his grape-juice stained hands. But what happens when he turns his attention to Rosé? Turns out something pretty spectacular. Made from Mourvedre and Cinsault, the 66 Seppeltsfield Rd Rosé 2021 is as lovingly crafted as the rest of the range. It’s done in that traditional Provençal style which we all know and love, dry and savoury, zesty with citrus peel and peach and absolutely bursting with life.
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