Summer Selection of Rosés


Summer Rosé Selection

 The best rosé for the season


It's no secret that the UK has fallen hard for rosé, especially in the summer. And not just cheap and cheerful rosé; this has extended to rosés as elegant and balanced as any serious white wine, and in some cases, turning into cult favourites.  At Stannary St Wine Co., we've rounded up a selection of our favourites for every occasion. 


 

2017 Triennes Rosé
Triennes

Triennes began as a collaboration between Burgundy powerhouses Domaine Dujac and Domaine de Romanée-Conti, with Rémy Laugier and Jeremy Seysses currently at the helm, and Jeremy's wife, oenologist Diana Snowden-Seysses consulting. Quintessential Provençale rosé, this is made mainly from Cinsault with a little Grenache, Merlot and Syrah. The grapes are harvested at night to keep them as cool as possible and the wine is bottled in early spring to both meet demand and keep freshness. Pale in colour and bright and clean, it is a real delight. 


£157.15 per 12, VAT inc
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2017 Terrasses Rosé
Château Pesquié

We've talked before about how much we love Château Pesquié, and this rosé is no exception. It's not a Provence rosé - it's from Ventoux where the domaine is located - but proves that there are gems to be discovered in other regions. Very pale in colour, the nose offers small fresh red berries and citrus, with a palate of raspberries and floral notes.


£163.15 per 12, VAT inc
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2016 Côtes du Rhône Villages Séguret Rosé
Malmont, Domaine Viticole

Mostly Grenache, with some Syrah, this rosé from the Séguret Côtes du Rhône Villages AOC is round and mineral, with wild strawberry and crisp mediterranean spice. Domaine Malmont is the project of Nicolas Haeni, who purchased the land after his family domaine was sold and transformed the steep, rocky slopes into terrasses with the help of terrace specialist Josep Luis Perez from Priorat

£229.15 per 12, VAT inc
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2016 Mourvèdre Rosé
Liquid Farm 

While the Burgundy-inspired Chardonnay from Liquid Farm in California is incredible, their rosé, made from 95% Mourvédre and 5% Grenache sourced from the Happy Canyon of Santa Barbara AVA, has been making a splash with critics over the last few years. If there is such a thing as cult rosé, this is it. Bottled after only 5 months of aging, expect this wine to be crisp, clean, and refreshing

£347.97 per 12, VAT inc
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2016 Pinot Noir Rosé
Colene Clemens

Colene Clemens, located in the Willamette Valley of Oregon state, makes Pinot Noir from several vineyards (named after the women in the family), as well as this bone-dry rosé of Pinot Noir from their estate vineyard. It is fermented completely dry and finished in stainless steel to give it a delightful freshness counterbalanced by a lightly floral nose and a wild berry palate.


£301.15 per 12, VAT inc
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NV Brut Rosé Terroirs Chouilly-Bisseuil
Champagne AR Lenoble

A lovely salmon pink, this rosé Champagne is just 10% of the rich, lush Pinot Noir from Bisseuil, blended with the fresh driven Chardonnay from Chouilly. Wild strawberry and red cherry flavours throughout the palate, finishing with an uplifting minerality. The rich fruit is balanced with a low dosage for a beautifully balanced rosé for spring. 

£253.80 per 6, VAT inc
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