Delicate Rosé wines are perfect to accompany your meat-free feasts this springtime
Côtes de Provence, Château des Ferrages, Roumery
Elegant, bright and subtle with a very pale rose petal hue, Roumery has a fresh and fruity aromatic character with notes of strawberry, grapefruit, citrus and peach. Fresh, well-balanced and smooth, this Vins de Provence Rosé is full on the palate and complements the earthy flavours of kale, spinach and broccoli perfectly.
£17.67, Blanco & Gomez
A delicious blend of Grenache, Syrah and Cinsault, this delicious Rosé wine from Coteauxd’Aixen Provence is fragrant and well-balanced, offering notes of watermelon, strawberry and flowers that make it the ideal partner to spicy and aromatic dishes. Enjoy AIX with friends alongside a fragrant Indian butternut squash curry or a vegetarian Sichuan dish, for a meal to remember.
Domaine du Grand Cros, L’Esprit de Provence 2018
This bright, crisp wine hails from the beautiful appellation of Côtes de Provence, which spans from hills and limestone ridges in the northwest across to the majestic Massif de Maures mountains in the southeast. Wild