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  • Ch. Montaud 2018, Côtes de Provence Rosé, F. Ravel, 12.5% vol, 75cl

    Ch. Montaud 2018, Côtes de Provence Rosé, F. Ravel, 12.5% vol, 75cl

    RS11

    Owned by François Ravel, this 400 hectare estate near Pierrefeu is based on schistous terraces in the Massif de Maures.

     

    A blend of Cinsault, Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedre & Carignan, with 10% of Tibouren, a Provençal variety that does particulary well on schist soils and that adds aroma and complexity to the blend.

     

    After a short maceration period, to extract the lovely salmon pink colour and the flavour, the grapes are gently crushed in a low pressure pneumatic press. The juice is then fermented and aged in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks.

     

    Dry, fresh and very elegant the wine exhibits fruity and floral notes and a lovely structure in the mouth. The finish is long with excellent balancing acidity.

     

    £12.18

  • Charles Pelletier “Cuvée Rosé”, Grande Réserve, Brut NV., France, 11.5% vol, 75cl

    Charles Pelletier “Cuvée Rosé”, Grande Réserve, Brut NV., France, 11.5% vol, 75cl

    SW06

    Pelletier sparkling wines are made by the renowned Crémant de Bourgogne house of Veuve-Ambal that dates back to 1898.  Originally based in Rully, today the wines are made in Veuve-Ambal’s state-of-the-art winery situated just off the A6 motorway near Beaune.

     

    This lovely pink Méthode Traditionnelle  sparkler used to be made from Syrah grapes, but recently they have started to use Tempranillo. The result is a dry yet fruity wine with hints of strawberries and cherries. Light and elegant.

     

    £13.68

  • Massaya Rosé 2018, Béqaa Valley, 13.5% vol, 75cl

    Massaya Rosé 2018, Béqaa Valley, 13.5% vol, 75cl

    RS05

     

    Massaya, “Twilight”, is the brainchild of two dynamic Lebanese brothers who have harnessed the potential of their fabulous terroir to the know-how of two French wine-making dynasties – Hebrard (Bordeaux) and Brunier (Rhône).

     

    Since Biblical times Lebanon has been acclaimed for its prized Bekaa wines. Today, this bijou winery, with its clay-limestone vineyards, nestled between the mountains and the Mediterranean, produce a range of unique wines that captures the spirit of the Levant. 

     

    100% Cinsault from vineyards between 900-1200 metres altitude.

     

    A beautifully elegant dry rosé that has a real feel of Provence about it. Dry, light and with great finesse.

     

     

    £17.76

  • “Cuvée Léonie” Brut Rosé N.V., Canard-Duchêne, 12% vol, 75cl

    “Cuvée Léonie” Brut Rosé N.V., Canard-Duchêne, 12% vol, 75cl

    CH05

    Named after Léonie Duchêne, one of the founders of the company, “Cuvée Léonie” is reserved for independent wine merchants and the world’s finest restaurants.

     

    The blend is 50% Pinot Noir, 25% Pinot Meunier and 25% Chardonnay with reserve wine accounting for a significant proportion of the total (25%), particularly Pinot Noir from the Montagne de Reims vinified as a still red wine and used in the blend to add the lovely pink colour. Extended ageing in the cellar (3 years) adds depth and complexity.

     

    Pretty pink in appearance with a very fine mousse. It is delicate on the nose with a very attractive creamy palate of ripe raspberries and cherries.  The fruit is balanced nicely with firm acidity and a good minerality in the long, dry finish. Great finesse and harmony.

    £35.64

  • Thiénot Brut Rosé N.V., 12.5% vol, 75cl

    Thiénot Brut Rosé N.V., 12.5% vol, 75cl

    CH29

    45% Pinot Noir (including 7% red wine), 35% Chardonnay & 20% Pinot Meunier.

     

    A delicate salmon pink in appearance, the nose is of cherries and raspberries with richer blackcurrant flavours deloping on the palate. A very well made and elegant rosé.

     

    £45.60