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Well-crafted rosé wines from top wine makers. Quintessential summer drinking!

"Yapp Bros have a particularly interesting selection and I have come to the - admittedly hardly devastating - conclusion that Provence does pink better than anywhere else."Jancis Robinson OBE, MW.

 

  • Bandol: Mas de la Rouvière Rosé 2014

    The Bunans' rosé wine is hugely popular on the smarter restaurant terraces of the Riviera and we are grateful for our generous annual allocation. It is best served on the sun-drenched deck of a private yacht with a vast platter of fruits de mer, but a pint of prawns in the back garden will suffice in extremis.

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    • Bottle £18.75
    • Bottle Case £225.00
  • Bellet: Domaine de la Source Rosé 2013

    A rare rosé wine, produced in the hills directly behind Nice, most of which is consumed on the smart terraces of the Vieille Ville or along the beachfront of the Promenade des Anglais. As the Dalmasso family's only (and long-standing) export partner, we recommend a glass with pissaladière or stuffed courgette flowers.

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    • Bottle £25.50
    • Bottle Case £306.00
  • Cabernet d'Anjou: Château La Tomaze Rosé 2014

    Cabernet d'Anjou from Château La Tomaze - salmon-pink in colour, with fresh, inviting, crushed-raspberry aromas, the merest hint of pepper, and a juicy palate for carefree summer drinking.

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    • Bottle £9.95
    • Bottle Case £119.40
  • Cassis: Clos Sainte Magdeleine Rosé 2014

    As well as the Clos Sainte Magdeleine blanc, François Sack's estate makes a spot of Cassis rosé from Provençal staples Grenache, Cinsault and Mourvèdre. It has delicate red–berry aromas and a savoury, dry finish and it too has a definite affinity for seafood – lobster, langoustines or a simple dressed crab would suffice. Now available in magnums!

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    • Bottle £19.95
    • Bottle Case £239.40
  • Champagne: Dumangin Fils. Rosé

    Coral pink in colour, this is a full-bodied rosé Champagne. It has a fine mousse and displays aromas of red-berry fruit followed by a palate of blackcurrants and raspberries prior to a dry finish.

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    • Bottle £34.00
    • Bottle Case £408.00
  • Château Simone Rosé 2013

    One of only a handful of rosé wines that feature in Neil Beckett's book '1001 wines you must try before you die' and for good reason. Anyone who thinks rosé is not a serious wine category needs to try this.

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    • Bottle £37.00
    • Bottle Case £444.00
  • Costières de Nîmes: Château Roubaud Rosé 2014

    The Molinier's dry Costières de Nîmes rosé wine is blended from equal parts of Grenache Noir and Syrah. It has quite a full-bodied palate so it stands up well to a garlic-rich aioli or spicy merguez sausages - ideal for picnics and barbecues.

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    • Bottle £11.75
    • Bottle Case £141.00
  • Coteaux d'Aix: Domaine des Oullières Rosé 2014

    This youthful, organic rosé wine from the Coteaux d'Aix, just north of Aix-en-Provence, is a blend of Cinsault and Grenache. Crisp, refreshing and savoury, it's ideal when sipped al fresco with or without some freshly-landed langoustines.

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    • Bottle £10.95
    • Bottle Case £131.40
  • Coteaux du Cap Corse: Domaine Pieretti Rosé 2014

    Up on the stunningly beautiful northern peninsula of the Cap Corse, Lina Pieretti, one of Corsica's few female winemakers, makes a dry, zesty, onion-skin hued rosé that partners seafood perfectly.

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    • Bottle £15.95
    • Bottle Case £191.40
  • Côtes de Gascogne: Domaine Millet Rosé 2014

    Domaine Millet's rosé is a refreshing, dry, coral pink wine, sensibly bottled under screwcap making it handy for picnics and parties.

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    • Bottle £9.75
    • Bottle Case £117.00
  • Côtes de Thongue: Domaine Les Filles de Septembre Rosé 2014

    The Thongue red is a Yapp bestseller, so we were delighted so discover that their coral-pink rosé ticks all the required boxes too – zesty, dry, refreshing and great value.

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    • Bottle £9.95
    • Bottle Case £119.40
  • Côtes du Luberon: Château la Canorgue Rosé 2014

    Provence is renowned for it's rosé wines, and Château la Canorgue's is a superlative example. Made from Provençal staples Syrah, Grenache and Mourvèdre, it is light enough to be drunk alone but would happily stand up to bouillabaise or a Provençal goat's cheese.

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    • Bottle £13.95
    • Bottle Case £167.40
  • Côtes du Rhône: Domaine Saint Gayan Rosé 2014

    New to our list in 2015, this cracking Syrah / Grenache rosé wine from the ever-reliable Meffres will make for terrific summer drinking.

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    • Bottle £10.50
    • Bottle Case £126.00
  • Crémant de Loire Mousseux Brut

    A lovely, coral-pink, dry Crémant de Loire from the exemplary Vignerons de Saumur co-opérative in Saint-Cyr-en-Bourg. This delightful bottle-fermented rosé is made from 100% Cabernet Franc, has an uplifting palate of crushed berries and is perfect for parties and celebrations. An excellent alternative to rosé Champagne if you're expecting a crowd!

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    • Bottle £12.95
    • Bottle Case £155.40
  • Lirac: Domaine Maby La Fermade Rosé 2014

    The Lirac rosé from Domaine Maby is a deep brick-pink colour and a great food wine. Pair it with a broad variety of foods from salmon to charcuterie, and it also lends itself well to Oriental cuisine.

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    • Bottle £12.25
    • Bottle Case £147.00
  • Menetou Salon: Domaine Jean Teiller Rosé 2014

    This Mentou Salon rosé wine from pure Pinot Noir exhibits similar finesse to the Domaine Teiller Blanc, and is ideal for alfresco imbibing!

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    • Bottle £14.50
    • Bottle Case £174.00
  • Reuilly: Gerard Cordier Pinot Gris 2014

    Those in search of a really pale, really dry rosé wine, that is the antithesis of the fruit bombs favoured by multiple retailers, should look no further than this Pinot Gris. With a delicate rosehip bouquet and tangy redcurrant tastes, it is a perfect palate primer for picnics and parties, or would do justice to a bowl of langoustines and a lemon-dressed mesclun salad!

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    • Bottle £12.50
    • Bottle Case £150.00
  • Saint-Pourçain: Domaine de Chinière Rosé 2014

    A delicate, and decently dry, quaffable rosé wine, the Saint-Pourçain La Chinière offers a soft rose petal bouquet and pleasantly crisp acidity on the palate. Made from pure Gamay, it's a lovely, crowd-pleasing aperitif and a fantastic match for soft, creamy cheeses.

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    • Bottle £9.95
    • Bottle Case £119.40
  • Sancerre: Domaine André Vatan 'Maulin Bèle Rosé 2014

    A beautiful pale (saignée) Sancerre Rosé wine made from pure Pinot Noir. It has a lovely, coral-pink robe, redcurrant aromas with zesty red berry palate with a fresh, clean finish making it perfect for consummate al fresco imbibing.

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    • Bottle £15.95
    • Bottle Case £191.40
  • Tavel: Domaine Maby La Forcadière 2014

    Tavel: Domaine Maby La Forcadière - a full-bodied rosé wine made in a traditional style. It's a great food wine, beloved by savvy sommeliers, and would go down a treat with a harissa roast chicken or a spicy vegetable tagine, and makes an ideal partner to Asian dishes.

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    • Bottle £12.95
    • Bottle Case £155.40
  • Vin de Corse Sartène Rosé: Domaine Saparale 2014

    A delicious rosé wine from a blend of three classic Corsican grapes - Vermentino and Sciacarello with a splash of Nielluccio. It makes a perfect al fresco aperitif or partner to dressed crab or lobster.

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    • Bottle £14.95
    • Bottle Case £179.40
  • Vin Mousseux de Qualité: Cuvée les Tonnelles

    An excellent sparkling Vouvray rosé wine with vivid red berry aromas and a dry, crisp palate.

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    • Bottle £13.50
    • Bottle Case £162.00