Rosé Wines

While still Rosé wine conjures up the thought of crab sandwiches on a sunny afternoon, the crisp, dry English examples are delightful all year round and, often released in the spring, tend to get even better as the year goes on.

The most often used grape for English Rosé is also the most widely grown: Pinot noir, which produces a delicious 'strawberries & cream' flavour. Many producers blend other wonderful grape varieties such as Rondo, Regent, Dornfelder, Madeleine Angevine and even Bacchus.