Two Rivers of Marlborough Isle of Beauty Rose. You little beauty! Or should we say L’Île de Beauté. That’s what winemaker and owner Dave Clouston used to call this Rosé, which has been Cuisine magazine’s No.1 Rosé three times in the last four years. Top effort!
Dave’s dropped the fancy French lingo but kept the fancy French style. Pale salmon in colour and dry, crisp style to taste. All made from good old Marlborough Pinot Noir grapes. It’s all packaged in a sexy as hell bottle too with the base shaped like a strawberry.
L’Île de Beauté (Island of Beauty) is the nickname for Corsica, the island off the south-east coast of mainland France. Dave spent a bit of time over that way and picked up a few handy tricks on how to make Rosé the French way. It’s Pinot Rosé made by a Marlborough man through and through, all with a twist of French chic!
It’s got antipasto and summer lunches written all over it. Yet again this is bound to be an absolutely massive hit for summer and beyond, a class act for the money.