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- They say that half of Cromwell was conceived under the tree in this vineyard!
- 94/100 (Bob Campbell MW) - "A charming wine in a fairly robust and, thankfully, dry style."
- Famous for Pinot Noir - their Rose is just delicious, it's all strawbs and cream!
- Textbook Provence Rosé packaged in an award winning bottle
- Gold medal & No.1 rated at the Pink Design Awards in Cannes 2018 (No.2 rated in 2019)
- An elegant, minimalist design with no paper label and a glass top closure
- The ultimate Provence Rosé made by...Ultimate Provence!
- 5 Stars, 93/100 (Sam Kim)
- From a site located 30 minutes from Saint Tropez
- Winery, restaurants, bars, hotels, apartments and stunning venue hire - Ultimate Provence (UP) has it all!
- From one of the Rhone Valley's top producers, Gabriel Meffre
- Elegant, refreshing and dry - lightly fruity with a touch of spice!
- La Chasse is one of the UK's leading Cotes du Rhone brands
- Tohu (pronounced tor-who) - the world's first Maori owned wine company
- Rosé made with Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris grapes from sunny Nelson
- "Deliciously dry, this vibrant and fresh Rosé has a wonderfully long, luscious and persistent finish"
- From a single vineyard in Gisborne, using Pinot Noir grapes
- Strawberries & cream style with a dry finish!
- Top Gizzy producer Matawhero - the Queen Lizzie was drinking Matawhero wines back in the day!
- Juicy, summery and slightly spritzy Rosé
- A blend of fruit from their local Waimauku vineyards - 50% Pinot Noir, 40% Malbec and 10% Cabernet Franc
- From one of NZ's oldest wineries, Westbrook
- Based just north of Kumeu, Auckland
- Juicy, bright summery fruit flavours (think raspberry and watermelon!) with a refreshing dry finish
- Using Merlot and Malbec grapes from sunny old Hawke's Bay
- Made by the Hãhã Wine Company - it means tasty and delicious in Maori
- Rosé dedicated to Gwen, the wife of Church Road legend Tom McDonald
- Dry, elegant, refreshing Provence style Rosé - made from quality Hawke's Bay Merlot grapes
- Read Tom's love poem to Gwen at the Church Road museum in Hawke's Bay. Aww!