The house rosé at Rick Stein's restaurants for several years now. Made from our red grapes, the pale juice is whipped off the skins straight away for a dry, refreshing wine. Unusually good with spicy food. €9 a bottle in France.
The back label: 'This Provençal style of dry rosé was made from 30% Merlot, 30% Cabernet Franc and 40% Cabernet Sauvignon. The grapes were harvested early, in September, and the pale juice quickly run off the dark skins for a light, crisp wine.' 12.5% vol.
Volume discounts are applied automatically online as you add wines to your trolley, so your unit prices fall the more cases you add.
Our launch offer for collecting from France, summer 2019:
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Bordeaux 2018 will be remembered as an exceptional year in more ways than one. It may be a cliché but it really was 'a game of two halves': until the football World Cup in June, we'd had a wet winter and then a thoroughly soggy spring. Many châteaux struggled with the threat of mildew, and Daniel, Nelly and the team did a terrific job in the vineyard keeping any such nasties at bay.
And then the sun shone all the way to the autumn harvest - to have three complete months of sunny, dry weather from early July right through to early October is rare. After a small vintage in 2017 because of a late spring frost, we were lucky in 2018 to bring in an excellent crop for both the whites and the reds.