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With high-rising temperatures this week, you’ll need what rises to such occasions best - crisp, refreshing Côtes de Provence rosés. Brush up on your blush with Mr.Wheeler’s September Clearance Sale and you ensure plenty of the delicate, redcurrant, strawberry-fruit freshness that is so indispensable when the blaze of summer returns. It returns this week.
So, we’ve selected seven invigoration options from the hills of Saint-Tropez, the Coteaux-d’Aix and Varois-en-Provence and further-flung Languedoc for classic, grenache/cinsault-based blends you’ll love. Sumeire, Maison Ravoire, Maison Angelvin, Château Bellini.
Higham Vineyard sits on the north side of the Stour Valley in Suffolk and is owned by good friend of mine, David Alston. >
One of last year's great Provençal rosé discoveries is back: 2022 vintage of Maison Ravoires Costeval. Back not only from >
Whispering Angel is without question one of the world's finest rosés, the sheer aromatic elegance, flavour and presentation >
A gentle swirl releases wonderful aromas of peach and apricot from the glass, which in time reveal notes of grapefruit and >
"The Negrel family have produced fine Provençal rosé for over 200 years and the 2022 Nuit Blanche Rosé is a little charmer – >
Move over, Provence. Domaine de la Jasse shows with another vintage the sheer prowess of the Languedoc for making supreme >
Château l'Afrique has it all: pale, fresh and crisp with lovely soft flavours, one sip and I'm instantly transported into >
A wonderful wild salmon pink, made by the Negrel Family who have some of the most beautiful vineyards in Provence. Horizon >
"...the top cuvée from the Negrels' Mas de Cadenet estate. An organic, oak-fermented and oak-aged blend of 70 per cent Grenache >