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Goes-with-Everything Rosé

With generous flavour, a range of styles and surprisingly great value, there’s lots to love about rosé. Possibly the oldest type of wine, with roots in France, rosé gets its delightfully pink hue from the grape skins used to make it. As affordable as it is versatile, it’s best enjoyed young, and it makes a delicious partner to light springtime fare.

VERSATILE

More nuanced than a light white wine but subtler than a red, rosé comes in many varietals, including sparkling, with styles ranging from medium-bodied and dry to easy- going and fruity or soft and off-dry. Sip it chilled on its own or mixed into a warm-weather cocktail like sangria.

 

YOU MAY TASTE

Fresh and fragrant raspberry, strawberry and cherry flavours — crisp and dry.

 

TRY IT WITH

Eggs Benedict, lemony salads, creamy pasta, grilled seafood or chicken.

 

1. JACOB’S CREEK MOSCATO ROSÉ SPARKLING

Sweet strawberry notes and citrus mesh with a zippy acidity in this well-balanced bubbly. Crisp, with just the right touch of sweetness, it’s an ideal welcoming wine or partner at brunch.

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2. SOGRAPE MATEUS ROSÉ

The Balearic hue is matched with summery red fruit aromas, sour cherry flavours and a soft finish. Gentle and light, this wine makes an ideal aperitif served with cheese or fresh fruit.

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3. COLIO BLUSH

This local lovely blends inviting aromas of kiwi, melon, citrus and apple for a crisp, soft flavour and finish. Try it with honey-glazed ham, creamy mac and cheese or on its own.

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