Seeing the world through rosé colored glasses
Posted 4 years ago by Briana Lucas
It’s that time of year again. Rosé season is upon us. Alright, perhaps some of you might think it’s a bit early, but with the spring-like weather we can’t think of a better time!
Pink wines are more intriguing and amazing than ever.
So go ahead, take a look at life through rosé colored glasses. Please try some of these great rosés we currently have in stock. They want nothing more than to be enjoyed, which is all any wine can ask for!
Seven Hills Rosé – delicate and refreshing, pale in color, and bone-dry. Primarily Cabernet Franc, with small amounts of Petit Verdot for additional structure and Malbec for expressive fruitfulness, this wine exhibits flavors of peach, grapefruit, and papaya along with fresh herbs, white flowers, and a hint of spice. Very limited quantity!
Badenhorst Rosé – truly a unique rosé made from very old vines of Cinsault, Shiraz and Grenache with minerality that characterises the wines from this family farm. The aromas are complex red fruits, spice, rose water, currants and the palate is generous and textured with a long finish.
Broadbent Vinho Verde Rosé – the pink version of importer Bartholomew Broadbent’s popular wine, made from the typical grab bag of Portuguese varieties (Borraçal, Espadeiro, etc.). Slightly fizzy and with a touch of sweet fruit, as it should be, with watermelon, wild strawberry and oregano. Like a great dry soda – with a kick.
Sesti Rosato – The hot Tuscan sun knows no better refresher than this fine, ripe, and delicious rosé of Sangiovese. The Sestis have a meticulous attention to detail that makes the simplest quaffer wonderfully elegant.
Vina Zorzal Rosado – Fresh, delicate, and floral, with memories of wild berries. This wine has strawberry notes typical of the Garnacha grape and a brilliant pinkish raspberry color. Light and tasty with lively acidity and nice body.