Rosé Wines

From its spiritual home in Provence, to the Loire, Champagne, South Africa and beyond, these bright, characterful, and refreshing rosés are the ultimate summer wines.


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2020 Méditerranée Rosé, Figuière

Bag in Box (1 x 5L Bag) Dry | Rosé | Still | 13%

Bag-in-box wines might not have the most chic image, but this bucks the trend. It’s beautifully packaged, offers amazing value and has superb environmental credentials (with a much lighter carbon footprint than glass, and is 100% recyclable). Moreover, the wine itself is delicious: a dry, delicate rosé, with a fruity and fresh red berry nose and a salty freshness on the palate. You could easily mistake this for a bona fide Côtes de Provence. The wine will stay fresh and vibrant for at least a month from first opening. In this format, it offers unbeatable value for money. Dimensions: 19x19x19cm

Ready: 2021 - 2021

2020 Magali Rosé, Figuière, Côtes de Provence

Dry | Rosé | Still | 13%

Magali Combard’s wines from Figuière are an exciting new addition to our list. This, her signature cuvée, is so well balanced and refreshing, you’ll be reaching for another glass in no time. It is pale salmon pink, and has a beautifully expressive nose, with notes of fresh citrus, strawberries, and dried herbs. The palate is silky smooth, with a fresh, pink grapefruit energy. It is the perfect rosé for any occasion.

Ready: 2021 - 2023

2020 Rosé, Domaine de Triennes

Dry | Rosé | Still | 12.5%

The Triennes 2020 is a bright, red fruit-lead, thirst-quenching rosé from this ever-popular southern venture from two of Burgundy’s greatest domaines: DRC and Dujac. The de Villaine and Seysses families invested here many years ago, seeing the potential in the region to make great value and delicious, easy-drinking rosé. Perfect for summer drinking.

Ready: 2021 - 2023

2020 Break-a-Leg Rosé, Lukas van Loggerenberg

Dry | Rosé | Still

Lukas van Loggerenberg lamented the lack of a rosé culture in South Africa. And so he decided to do something about it. This comes from Cinsault vines, from the closest vineyard to the southern ocean in Stellenbosch, on the sandy soils of the lower slopes of the Helderberg. More akin to top Bandol rosé than easier, quaffing styles, it’s saline, savoury, and totally beguiling. A total bargain at this price.

Ready: 2021 - 2024

2020 Clos Mireille Rosé, Domaines Ott*, Côtes de Provence

Rosé | Still | 13.5%

Domaines Ott* is the last word in Provençal sophistication, and their Clos Mireille rosé has become an emblem of the Riviera. But the truth is, this is equally at home enjoyed in the garden on a summer evening as it is on the white tablecloths of the chicest restaurants in St Tropez. The wine is made only from the "coeur de grain," the very purest juice of the berries. Its light, lithe body and detailed freshness make this one of the world’s most graceful rosés. Domaines Ott* can take a lot of credit for putting the now ubiquitous style of pale, dry Provençal rosé on the map.

Ready: 2021 - 2025

N/V Brut Rosé, Billecart-Salmon

Dry | Rosé | Sparkling | 12.5%

This must be the most reliably brilliant N/V rosé champagne out there. Delicate onion skin pink, with savoury notes and a gentle but sophisticated lift of red fruits on the nose. The palate is exceptionally smooth, with creamy bubbles and a long, elegant finish.

Drink to: 2026

2020 Château La Mascaronne Rosé, Côtes de Provence

Dry | Rosé | Still | 13.5%

Château La Mascaronne in the picturesque village of Luc de Provence was snapped up in 2020 by Michel Reybier, owner of Château Cos d`Estournel, and he has set the bar sky high with his debut vintage. This organic, dry, delicate, complex and delicious rosé is quite literally Provence in a glass. It is exquisitely balanced and refined, and perhaps the most understated and elegant rosé on our list.

Ready: 2021 - 2024

2020 Château Miraval Rosé, Côtes de Provence

Dry | Rosé | Still | 13%

This is one of the Côte d'Azur’s most distinctive wines, with its recognisable bottle shape and pale onion skin pink. The domaine shot to fame after Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt invested in it, alongside the expert winemaking family, the Perrins, of Château de Beaucastel fame. The 2020 is lightly scented with sweet strawberry and bonbon notes, with an apricot flavoured and peachy palate, and a balanced, creamy finish.

Ready: 2021 - 2023

2020 Confidentielle Rosé, Figuière, Côtes de Provence La Londe

Magnum Dry | Rosé | Still | 13%

La Londe is unusual in the Côtes de Provence for warranting its own appellation. It applies only to the best sites between Toulon and St Tropez, close to the coast, facing the dazzling Porquerolle islands. Here, the schiste soils and cooling sea breeze combine to make the most elegant and sophisticated of the region’s rosés. This is the top wine from the Combard family, made from the domaine’s organically-farmed grapes, selected and vinified by parcel with meticulous attention to detail. It is fine-boned and subtle, ethereal and enticing, and shows just what the best terroirs of Provence are capable of.

Ready: 2021 - 2024

2020 Confidentielle Rosé, Figuière, Côtes de Provence La Londe

Dry | Rosé | Still | 13%

La Londe is unusual in the Côtes de Provence for warranting its own appellation. It applies only to the best sites between Toulon and St Tropez, close to the coast, facing the dazzling Porquerolle islands. Here, the schiste soils and cooling sea breeze combine to make the most elegant and sophisticated of the region’s rosés. This is the top wine from the Combard family, made from the domaine’s organically-farmed grapes, selected and vinified by parcel with meticulous attention to detail. It is fine-boned and subtle, ethereal and enticing, and shows just what the best terroirs of Provence are capable of.

Ready: 2021 - 2024

2020 Rosé, Domaine de Triennes

Magnum Dry | Rosé | Still | 12.5%

The Triennes 2020 is a bright, red fruit-lead, thirst-quenching rosé from this ever-popular southern venture from two of Burgundy’s greatest domaines: DRC and Dujac. The de Villaine and Seysses families invested here many years ago, seeing the potential in the region to make great value and delicious, easy-drinking rosé. Perfect for summer drinking.

Ready: 2021 - 2023

2020 Clos Mireille Rosé, Domaines Ott*, Côtes de Provence

Magnum Rosé | Still | 13.5%

Domaines Ott* is the last word in Provençal sophistication, and their Clos Mireille rosé has become an emblem of the Riviera. But the truth is, this is equally at home enjoyed in the garden on a summer evening as it is on the white tablecloths of the chicest restaurants in St Tropez. The wine is made only from the "coeur de grain," the very purest juice of the berries. Its light, lithe body and detailed freshness make this one of the world’s most graceful rosés. Domaines Ott* can take a lot of credit for putting the now ubiquitous style of pale, dry Provençal rosé on the map.

Ready: 2021 - 2025

2020 Château La Mascaronne Rosé, Côtes de Provence

Magnum Dry | Rosé | Still | 13.5%

Château La Mascaronne in the picturesque village of Luc de Provence was snapped up in 2020 by Michel Reybier, owner of Château Cos d`Estournel, and he has set the bar sky high with his debut vintage. This organic, dry, delicate, complex and delicious rosé is quite literally Provence in a glass. It is exquisitely balanced and refined, and perhaps the most understated and elegant rosé on our list.

Ready: 2021 - 2025

2020 Magali Rosé, Figuière, Côtes de Provence

Magnum Dry | Rosé | Still | 13%

Magali Combard’s wines from Figuière are an exciting new addition to our list. This, her signature cuvée, is so well balanced and refreshing, you’ll be reaching for another glass in no time. It is pale salmon pink, and has a beautifully expressive nose, with notes of fresh citrus, strawberries, and dried herbs. The palate is silky smooth, with a fresh, pink grapefruit energy. It is the perfect rosé for any occasion.

Ready: 2021 - 2023

N/V Rosé Edition 23, Krug

Rosé | Sparkling

One of the wine world’s enduring greats, Krug’s non-vintage rosé is sumptuous, complex, textured and deep. Its pale pinky-orange hue and fine, persistent mousse are the most immediately alluring characters. Beyond these, the luxurious combination of toasty autolytic flavours and vibrant, plush red fruit concentration with spiced gingerbread notes make this a hugely impressive and indulgent wine. The 23ème Édition is a blend of nine vintages, with the majority drawn from the 2011 vintage.

Ready: 2021 - 2032

2019 Anabel Rosé, Klein Constantia

Magnum Dry | Rosé | Still

Just a lovely Rose from Matt Day, only bottled in tiny quantities, and only in magnums. So much texture and salinity here, it has you reaching for glass after glass.

Ready: 2021 - 2025

2020 Confidentielle Rosé, Figuière, Côtes de Provence La Londe

Double Magnum Dry | Rosé | Still | 13%

La Londe is unusual in the Côtes de Provence for warranting its own appellation. It applies only to the best sites between Toulon and St Tropez, close to the coast, facing the dazzling Porquerolle islands. Here, the schiste soils and cooling sea breeze combine to make the most elegant and sophisticated of the region’s rosés. This is the top wine from the Combard family, made from the domaine’s organically-farmed grapes, selected and vinified by parcel with meticulous attention to detail. It is fine-boned and subtle, ethereal and enticing, and shows just what the best terroirs of Provence are capable of.

Ready: 2021 - 2024

2020 Chinon Goutte de Rosé, Domaine de la Noblaie, Jérôme Billard

Dry | Rosé | Still | 13.5%

This Cabernet Franc rosé is such a pretty pale pink. It comes from the domaine’s young vines, which yield a fruity and open wine. It has delicate sweet red fruit aromas with a minty lift. A simple summer delight.

Ready: 2021 - 2023

2012 Cristal Rosé, Louis Roederer

Dry | Rosé | Sparkling | 12.5%

2012 continues to reign as Champagne’s greatest recently released vintage, and it’s one that Cristal has clearly excelled in. Their rosé is one of the vintage’s stand-out wines, receiving 98+ points from Antonio Galloni. This magical wine is as rare as it is brilliant, produced in tiny quantities.

Ready: 2021 - 2038