£4£12 per 75cl
"Oh là là this is the epitome of relaxed Riviera chic! A light yet juicy Rosé with tangerine character and hints of exotic fruits. Serve chilled then close your eyes and dream of being on the Côte d’Azur.
Elegant Rosé wine from the south of France is having quite the moment (and a price tag to match!) however those in the know, such as our Master of Wine, have a little secret; Rosé IGP Mediterranée is produced in a small area within the Côte d’Azur It has the same trademark pale, nearly orange colour and crisp refreshing style as the best Rosé wines. So despite having a much more difficult to pronounce name, this hidden gem is every bit as enjoyable as its très chic cousin.
This 250ml slimline can is perfect for a single serve, be that a weeknight at home or an afternoon in the park.
Oh, and what's in a name? A Bowl Grabber?!? That's someone who holds their glass by the bowl, not the stem. A faux pas I hear you say?!? Yes indeed; because we're for people who love enjoying great wine not endlessly discussing it!"
Country of Origin
Suitable for vegetarians
Cinsault, Grenache & Syrah.
Elegant yet juicy with tangerine character & hints of exotic fruits
Everything is done when making this wine to enhance the clean refreshing wine style. Speed and a considered hand are the best tools to make an appealing rose wine. Grapes are picked in the cool of night to preserve the fresh flavours and picked as quickly as possible.
Colour and flavours are gently extracted so as not to get too much of either, the focus is on elegance and balance. The red grapes; Grenache and Syrah remain in contact with the juice only briefly then being pressed incredibly gently and only the best bits of the juice that runs off at pressing are kept so that the wine just right balance. Some white grape varieties like the indigenous and admired variety Rolle are even added to bring extra floral flavours and some texture.
Fermentation is done in immaculately clean stainless steel tanks with temperature control to retain as much of the bright fruit flavours. Once the wine has finished fermenting the wine is settled, cleaned up and made ready for bottling. These wines are as simple to make as winemaking goes - No oak is added it’s all about getting a rose wine made with the maximum freshness.
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Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (5)
Interesting! Will have to try again
Bought this to try and was immediately put off by the fact it was gold colour not rose and it really didnt taste nice. Thin and sharp. I put the glass down, chatted for a couple of minutes, and had another sip as I thought it might be my taste buds. I was seriously taken aback. It had changed completely to become honeyed and silky! Never had that happen with anything other than red before. I will get a couple more tins to taste then go for a box if the experience is consistent.
Awful \- not rose!
Poured this and it was a strange yellow colour. Smelt and tasted off
I TOOK A CHANCE, AND REGRETTED IT. SMELT AWFUL, TASTED AWFUL. I COULD NOT DRINK IT. THANK GOD IT WAS ONLY A CAN AND NOT A WHOLE BOTTLE. THE WORST ROSE WINE I HAVE EVER BOUGHT. SORRY BUT IT REALY WAS.
Nicer than the Nice Rosé
Nicer than the Nice Rosé but wouldnt buy again. Just average rosé, fairly unremarkable.
Great option Vs opening a full bottle and just as good