Rosé wine, often referred to as Blush these days, has enjoyed a remarkable revival over the past 5 years and is now officially ‘hot’ – we can’t seem to get enough of it. Now that the days are getting longer and we are finally seeing even just a sign of summer, it the perfect time to crack open a chilled bottle and enjoy the warm evening breeze.

Today Rosé wines are made across the world and from a vast array of grape varieties leading to something for everyone. The depth and colour of the wine being a direct result of the grapes used leading to colours from white pink to Ruby red.

Rosé is often enjoyed as sweeter alternative to traditionally dry white wines. Whether your preference is light and refreshing, fresh and fruity or slightly sweeter, Rosé is the ultimate refreshment to enjoy in hot weather.

Rosé wine is the ideal accompaniment to summer salads, most seafood and balances the saltiness of smoked salmon and ham to perfection.

Our advice for summer – eat, drink Rosé and be merry…

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