Whispering Angel Rosé, Château D'Esclans is a legendary rosé wine from Provance
Whispering Angel Rosé, Château D'Esclans
The grapes for our rosé – Zweigelt, Merlot and Pinot Noir – come from small parcels on the terraces of Gedersdorf. For us, the rosé is a classic, fresh & fruity summer wine that one enjoys on mild evenings on the patio or as an accompaniment to food, in which case a second glass is also welcome. It should be light, but not too light; after all the wine should also exhibit character and backbone. Around 12.0% alcohol – that’s just right!
Rosé Terrassen, Buchegger 2021
Excellent as an aperitif, or drunk throughout a meal with fish dishes or cold cuts.
Rosé Brut Prosecco, La Farra
This Crémant de Bourgogne Rosé Bailly Lapierre is obtained by maceration of Pinot Noir (85%) and Gamay (15%). The first grape brings the “vinous” character and the second very characteristic red fruit aromas. Wine of pleasure par excellence, it offers a nice freshness, all in finesse, with a light foam and an airy mouth ... Patient aged on average 12 months bottles placed on slats, in the constant natural freshness and the hushed light of the quarry underground limestone (during this period there is the birth of effervescence). The Caves of Bailly Lapierre, 430 winemakers bring their grapes to the cellar. The production rests in the immense underground galleries of an old quarry limestone. Did you know ? The cellar of Bailly-Lapierre invented the concept of crémant-de-bourgogne
Crémant de Bourgogne Rosé, Bailly Lapierre
Light, salmon-colored elegant wine is drunk the first two, three years after the harvest. It carries a spicy acid, smell of meadow flowers and forest fruits, especially strawberries.
Sancerre Rosé, Lucien Crochet
Champagne made a name for itself through the wines of large negociants - producers who buy fruit from the vineyards of other growers and blend many lots together. The past several decades have seen the rise of the "Grower-Producer" in Champagne. This label belongs to producers who are growing all of the fruit for the wine they produce, keeping their own product to vinifiy rather than sell it to the larger houses. Look for the "RM" on the label, indicating that the winery is a Recoltant-Manipulant, or Grower-Producer, and not a Negociant-Manipulant (NM), or larger house. Fine wine can be made in either way, but RMs produce products that are inevitably more indicative of terrior. The Hebrart family has been making Champagne under their family name since the 1960's. The wines are complex and refined, but easy to drink and enjoy. This rose is entirely sourced from Chardonnay and Pinot Noir vineyards in Mareiul Sur Ay, a Premier Cru village in Champagne of the highest quality (many argue that the Village should be upgraded to Grand Cru status). Roses, candied rhubarb, strawberries and cream, and almond skin. 91 Points Robert Parker, 92 Points Wine Enthusiast
Champagne 1er Cru Rosé brut Magnum 1,5L, Marc Hebrart
The wine is aged only in stainless steel tanks, is opulent, fruity and harmonious.
Tavel Rosé, Prieuré de la Montézargues 2021
Menetou-Salon villiage is located south-west from Sancerre and is surrounded with about 370 hectars of vineyards. Traditionally there was no wine culture, but poeple grew mainly apples. The rich people who settled in Menetou after the Middle Age, planted here their own vineyards and the quality of their neighbour Sancerre was eventually discoverd by the world. The name comes from the 1959. The wine is light, yet complex with a comforting taste and an aroma of apricots and peaches.
Menetou Salon Madame des Fontaynes Rosé 2021
Lovely rosé wine, fresh and fruity.
Tire d'Aile, Denis Tastet, Cotes de Gascogne Rosé 2021
The NV Rosé Premier Cru Brut offers a super clear and refreshing bouquet with lots of chalky Chardonnay character intermixed with subtle red berry flavors and some herbal flavors. There is a great purity and minerality here, lots of salts and chalk, as well as great purity finesse. This Champagne combines elegance with lightness and delicate fruit aromas. This is a very delicate Rosé that comes highly recommended. It is long and tension-filled, with delicate tannins that give grip, making this a perfect wine to go with food, but also extremely well as an aperitif. Marc Hébrart cultivates 15 hectares of vines in five grand cru villages. Except for two cuvées that are raised in oak vats, all cuvées are fermented in stainless steel. Hébrart seeks elegance in his wines and aims to balance the freshness of Chardonnay from the Cotes de Blancs with Pinot Noir from Mareuil.