Rosé Wines

Geisse Brut Rose

Cave Geisse Rose Brut 2009

12.5% Abv.

Methode Champenoise sparkling wine, 100% Pinot Noir. 36 months maturation on lees.

Clear, characteristic onion skin colour with dark caramel highlights. These champagne style wines have very small, intense and persistent bubbles. Complex but delicious nose, touches of honey, hazelnuts and red fruits, with strawberry aromas especially pronounced. Delicious creamy mousse, palate shows more red fruits, brioche, toast and honey.

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Amadeu Rose Brut 2012

12% Abv. Residual sugar 10gm / ltr.

Methode champenoise, made entirely from Pinot Noir grapes. Minimum 18 months bottle maturation.

Intriguing russet-red colour, showing excellent bubbles and plenty of red fruit on the nose. Refreshing acidity on the palate, with ripe strawberry flavours and good mouth fill. This is an airy versatile pink sparkling wine from Brazil which would make a great party or wedding wine or perhaps served with lighter foods or as a digestif.

Lidio Carraro Dadivas Rosé 2010

12% Abv. Encruzilhada do Sul

An intriguing blend of four grape varieties: Merlot, Tempranillo, Touriga Nacional and Pinot Noir. Russet red with hints of salmon pink. Mature red fruits on nose, strawberry and damson. This dry rosé wine is fresh on palate, well-rounded with hedgerow fruit, a touch of herbs and even honey. Soft textured, low-ish alcohol and very drinkable.

Drink this Brazilian rosé well chilled as an aperitif, or try with sushi or seafood generally. Slim, elegant bottle will impress!