Pale Rosé

For those who like their Rosé to be pale, dry and, frankly, delicious, you could do a lot worse than getting your hands on this fruity number from Spain. Made with grapes grown in a warm, Mediterranean climate, we have to admit our rosé makes for a damn fine sundowner.

We’ll cut to the chase –  it’s dry sure, but fruity too, with fresh strawberry flavours and a bit of peach. And it’ll give you that holiday feel, even on a wet Wednesday in February. Which is a good thing.

Geek Fact: Most rosé wines are made from red grapes, as ours is. The juice is left in contact with the grape skins for a short time to get the desired pinky hue.