This very pretty rosé from Denbies in Surrey is a blend of Pinot Noir and Dornfelder.
Its delicate charms are echoed by its beautiful aromas of wild strawberry, raspberry and cherry blossom.
To taste, this is the ultimate summer rosé. There is a crisp, fresh bite of light citrus and cranberry, before a flourish of summer red berry fruits.
It’s so very easy-drinking, but with enough character and texture to make it a very capable and more distinctive alternative for those who are tiring of Provence rosé.
Cherry and ripe raspberry flavours, backed by dark chocolate and a crushed peppery spice.
WOTM July 2019 A curious fusion of ripe peach, hints of lightly grilled tropical fruit, with a twist of lime & smoky notes.
A fusion of pear, elderflower, zesty lime and gooseberry, with a softer, riper mix of light peach and honeydew melon.
A punchy palate, packed full of zingy citrus fruit, with papaya and guava tropics.
Probably the best mainstream own-label English wine on the market right now.
Beautifully rich and seductive, full of honeyed orchard and stone fruit flavours.