Rosé isn't just for summer sessions in the park and these 3 beauts prove this. In our first pack dedicated to the beautiful pink juice, we have the hottest bottles from some of the world's very best that will change the mindset of many people who only grab a bottle when it's 30 degrees outside.
First up is an absolute cracker we discovered only a few weeks back at our local haunt in Brighton. Winemaker/magician Andrea Occhipinti makes this banging rosé from the Aleatico grape, which is macerated on the skins for one night before being spontaneously fermented on its lees in concrete vats. It is then aged for another 6 months in steel/cement with at least 2 months in bottle. It pours a stunning neon pink colour and is incredibly fresh and summery, with a delicious crunchiness.
Secondly Is arguably the most iconic Natural Rose in the game. Here we have the 2019 vintage of Le Coste's infamous Rosato. Made from Aleatico from a fifty-year-old vineyard, planted at around 500 meters above sea level. The grapes are destemmed and spend a few hours on their skins before being pressed off to vat to finish fermentation, before spending a year of élevage in old barrels. The 2019 was a slightly warmer vintage, so this is noticeably more fruit-forward and fleshy than previous vintages. Juiced Recommends.
Last but not least is Haru Rose, a super smooth natty made from Mourvedre & Cabernet Sauvignon. Incredibly delicate and fresh with a palate of strawberries & cream, tangy blueberry, and savory tomatoes. Great value Rose from a legendary producer.
Producer: Domaine Milan Region: Provence, France Grapes: Mouvedre & Cabernet Sauvignon Style: Rose Size: 75cl bottle