Make your dining feast even more special and colourful with this vibrant collection of rosé wines, offering an endless appeal of ripe, juicy, uplifting flavours. Sourced from France, Australia and Italy, this collection can add a splash of colour to your table for just $1,288 a dozen … that’s only $108 a bottle!
Rosé's popularity has risen significantly and the range of styles on offer today is at an all time high. From the classic deeper rosado from Spain, to lighter salmon-pink releases from Provence. This super fresh release from our guys down under sits on the lighter side but with a classic intensity from the South Australian sunshine.
Take a sip of this delightful Provençal rosé and let its beguiling floral aromas and delicate berry fruit transport you to France's beautiful, unspoiled Provence. Delightfully refreshing, this pink is full of the joys of summer all year round!
Bardolino is a less well known appellation of northeastern Italy, next door to Valpolicella. Both make very fresh wines of all hues, thanks partly to the proximity of the mountains. Walter Delibori and Giorgio Cristoforetti founded Cantine Delibori – at the heart of the appellation and close to Lake Garda – 40 years ago. They work with a number of estates, the grapes for this pretty pink coming from Cà del Fer. It uses the classic grapes of this area – Corvina and Rondinella (the same as in Valpolicella) – the juice left on the skins for just a few hours to lend a delicate hue to the wine.