And The Winner Is….Rosé! (again)

 

By Sharyn

Summer’s here and the time is right for ...drinking Rosé!

There is no stopping the tidal wave of pink which has been the biggest trend in wine consumption for several years now - well and truly knocking Sauvignon Blanc and Prosecco off the perch.

In the U.S. Rosé sales climbed and extraordinary 53% in 2018, while in France Rosé now reportedly outsells white wine.

So….. to help you keep up with the popular kids, here’s our pink tips for Summer 2019.

Our favourites:

 
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Triennes Rosé

Classic dry French Rose, the blend is principally Cinsault blended with Grenache, Syrah and Merlot.

Beautifully balanced, crisp and clean with a hint of strawberry and white flower on the finish.

This is the one to take along to impress the in-laws! $29.99

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Bouchard Aine & Fils Rosé

Fresh and lively Frenchy , but with with a softer creamy palate, this is a firm favourite with our regulars.

A nice lick of red fruit flavour rounds out the palate. $17.99

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Angullong Fossil Hill Rosato

Sangiovese is the grape behind this delicious little Rosé from the Orange region in NSW.

Lovely red cherry fruit on the palate, well balanced, finishing crisp and dry.

The perfect picnic pink to match with prawns fresh from the Fish Market!

Gold medallist at the 2018 NSW Wine Awards. $24.99

 
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