Pinot Grigio grapes have rather dark skins and they are left in contact with the fermenting juice for just the right amount of time to give this delicate Rosé wine its pink colour. With a fragrant nose of flowers and fresh fruit, soft and ripe on the palate, with delicate hints of raspberries this is a very easy wine to drink.
A modern, easy drinking rose made from a blend of Regent, (60%), Dornfelder, (35%), Rondo (5%).
Spangly pink grapefruit in the glass, red fruit nose, tasting of mandarin, strawberries, pomegranate, bright acidity, a characterful English rose.
A classic rose made from Pinot Noir.
Luminescent, super pale, fragrant stone fruit nose, linear and austere, peachy, a hint of umami, lingering acidity, a rose with depth, purity and intrigue.
UK WINE AWARDS - SILVER---
DECANTER MAGAZINE 92 points
Best English Rose
This beautiful salmon-pink Provence rosé has a very pretty scent of crushed strawberries, peach, rose-water and orange blossom. On the palate, it is wonderfully dry and crisp with delicate summer berry fruits balanced by citrus zest acidity and a deliciously creamy finish. A fabulously sophisticated rosé that is perfect for summer picnics or evening aperitif.
Pale pink. intense aromas of raspberry, strawberry and redcurrant with a hint of pepper. rich palette with refreshing bright red fruit and peppery character. apparently dry, with attractive fruit-sweetness.
English Quality Wine
Chapel Down is England's leading wine producer with world-class wines from grapes grown in the south East of England.
Chapel Down English Rose is a delicate rosé which epitomises English summer with aromas of strawberries and cream. Redcurrants and citrus notes on the palate lead to a crisp, refreshing finish.
South Coast Pinotage Rose
This light salmon-coloured wine is the perfect balance of juicy fruits such as watermelon with subtle red fruit acidity. finish .
Rose wine, also known as blush, rosado and rosato, is usually made from red grapes or red grape varietals including cabernet sauvignon, grenache, malbec, merlot, pinot noir, sangiovese, syrah and zinfandel. The main difference between rose and red wine is the length of time the grape juice stays in contact with the skins.