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Rosé Wine

Pale or puce. Rich or bone-dry. There are a plethora of rosé styles and shades to complement diverse food flavour profiles.

No longer restricted to summer drinking, rosé is now a year-round offer. Their stylistic flexibility makes them a great alternative for sommeliers to add to the recommendation mix.

Could your rosé be one of the best on a restaurant list?


January, 2024
Product Name Score Producer Country Vintage
A de Arinzano rating badge Arinzano Spain 2022
A de Arinzano by Arinzano (2022) Rosé Wine
Region: Navarra

Judges’ Tasting Notes:
Bright character with long finish. New wave pale pink colour. Dry and delicate with a good freshness and length to it. Lots of pot poutine, currant juice and raspberries. Light spice on the long finish. Pair with a Asian style tuna or Asian spiced.

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Burgundy Alternatives

Entry Deadline: 24 May, 2024
Results Due: June, 2024
Entry Price: £149
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