The vines are planted on clay and limestone hills at 140 metres altitude, with sandy pebbles and draining rock of fossilised coral.This rosé wine has an almost perfect balance of mediterranean freshness, acidity and subtle fruit flavours. Close your eyes and you could be there.
62% Mourvèdre 38% Syrah
AOC St Chinian
Domaine des Lauribert has been producing its own wines, under the guidance of Laurent Sourdon and his team, since leaving the cooperative system in 1997. This rosé wine is excellent value for money. An expressive nose of summer fruits (raspberries, strawberries), and in the mouth it is full of freshness, light and crisp, dry and fruity. A truly pleasurable rosé wine
AOC Côtes Du Rhône
This Cremant rose from the Raguenot family of Chateau Des Tourtes is a delight to drink. For those that love their pink champagne, but don't have the budget to enjoy the really good stuff, this cremant rose is a perfect compromise. It is a perfect pretty pink, with lots of very fine bubbles, rising to the top to give a fabulous creamy mousse. Delicate and well rounded in the mouth with a lovely creamy strawberry flavour. An excellent fizz you'd be proud to raise a glass with.
Merlot Cabernet blend
AOC Blaye Cotes de Bordeaux
Didier Desvignes Beaujolais Villages rosé 2014 follows on from the Morgan appellation area, giving this rosé subtle fruity and rounded flavours. This Beaujolais Villages rosé is a very pale salmon pink, is delicately light, with fresh subtle fruit flavours. I would say that this wine gives a Provence rosé a decent run for its money. Fabulous served with seafood and fish or just drink as an aperitif. The bottle alone, with its glass cork (handy as you don't need a corkscrew) is a good enough reason to buy this wine – a definite show stopper.
Le Loup blanc Rosé is from the Languedoc region on the south coast of France, just a short drive from Narbonne. This area is known for its pale but flavoursome rosé wine. Our Le Loup blanc rosé is pale pink in colour, but doesn't pale when it comes to flavour. It is a dry wine but with fresh fruity flavours, minerality and very rounded. A wine that screams summer. Le Loup blanc is an organic vineyard.
50% chenancon, 50% cinsault
IGP AUDE Val de Cesse
Mas Des Caprices Ozé Rosé 2014, we think, is pretty special. If you like a dry, crisp, refreshing rosé then this is definitely the one for you. Biodynamic (like the rest of the wines from this chateau), zingy fresh absolute loveliness in a bottle. Zesty citrus fruits like pomelo and even the colour of it makes your mouth water. This rosé is perfect for drinking anytime the sun is out (or just pretend), and is excellent to have with fish, salads and all seafood.
65% grenache, 35% mourvedre