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Half Bottles of Rosé Wine

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There are two ways in which rosé is made:
  • the simple blending, that is, mixing of red wine to a white to impart colour
  • The other method of making rosé, the saignée method, removes the grape juice from contact with the red grape skins when the targeted colour has been achieved.
The blending method is discouraged in most wine growing regions, especially in France, where it is forbidden by law, except for Champagne. The half bottle of rose champagne is made using the blending method and the half bottle of rose from Provence is made using the saignée method.
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Picture of Caves D'Esclans (375ml), 2015, Whispering Angel rosé

Caves D'Esclans (375ml), 2015, Whispering Angel rosé

Rosé, Old World, Grenache-based blend from the Provence, France


£11.20
Picture of Grower Champagne - Franck Bonville (375ml), NV, Cuvée Rosé Grand cru

Grower Champagne - Franck Bonville (375ml), NV, Cuvée Rosé Grand cru

Sparkling, Old World, Champagne from Avize on the Côte des Blancs, France


£19.90