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Why do we love this case?

Visit Spain, France, NZ, Australia... all with a deft twist of a bottle cap or pluck of a cork, a swift glug-glug into a glass, and a slow sip and sigh as you lean back in your deck chair. Here, don’t move, let me get that for you. Just move your finger over here, press here. Voila! One case of pink magic on its way, to take you to a better place.

And if you want to know a bit more, here’s a little about each of the included bottles (you get two of each):

Rosé
Rosé
Provence

Domaine Des Feraud Cuvée Prestige Rosé 2016
Earthy
Peach
Redcurrant
Light-bodied
Bright
Delicate
Concours Vignerons Independents 2017
Gilbert & Gaillard Wine Guide 2017
Tony Keys
Greg Swift, Wine Matrix
Sam Kim

Well, you only need the words ‘cuvée prestige’ and ‘organic’, mixed with ‘Provence rosé’ and a couple of gold medals to get my attention. So, yes, that’s quite a lot. Luckily, this wine has quite a lot to offer. All of those things, plus the face that it’s not the usual suspect pink stuff. It’s a spicy, aromatic blend of cinsault, grenache, syrah and rolle. Yes, rolle. No, not Rollie shoes. Rolle is actually vermentino, by another name. Which is citrus pith flavours if I ever smelt or tasted them. So while this wine faithfully has all the raspberry and peach of the red varietals, it pitches in with some grapefruit and lime, to make it taste like an exotic cocktail before you’ve even added the juice or vodka. Who needs them when this feels so right already?

You'd pay $45.00 full price

Rosé
Rosé
King Valley

D'Sas King Valley Rosé 2017
Apple
Citrus
Strawberry
Light-bodied
Bright
Delicate
Sam Kim
Patrick Eckel
5 Star Halliday rated producer

There are two ways of making rosé. One involves bleeding off some of the juice from grapes otherwise destined for red wine; i.e. a side-product. The other involves purposefully growing grapes for rosé and rosé only, ensuring that all pruning, bunch thinning and harvest activities are based around what’s best for the pending pink stuff. This is the latter. ‘Serious rosé’ for serious occasions. Like Thursday night, when you just want something a little lighter than the cab that you opened yesterday but a bit more body than the semillon that’ll be better after another night in the fridge anyway. Lucky you’re well-stocked with the latest from D’Sas. Who knows what might have transpired otherwise.

You'd pay $34.00 full price

Rosé
Rosé
Marlborough

te Pā Rosé 2016
Cherry
Floral
Raspberry
Light-bodied
Bright
Elegant
The Planet Grape Wine Reviews 2017
4 stars Raymond Chan
4 stars Michael Cooper

Pinot noir rosé right here - the best kind, obviously. Classic raspberries, strawberries and cream, richer than an Aussie style but still manages to be relatively precise and delicate. The MacDonald family are potato farmers turned viticulturalists, having worked the land for generations. Today they own 500 hectares, export shiploads of their vinos to the States and the UK, and make one of the best versions of Kiwi savvy around. Their wines are winning awards all over the place, and this little pink number should be around every family table from time to time, to celebrate the strength of families throughout generations, and those to come.

You'd pay $25.00 full price

Rosé
Rosé
Rhone Valley

Dauvergne & Ranvier Costieres de Nimes Rhone Valley Rosé 2017
Citrus
Floral
Strawberry
Light-bodied
Bright
Delicate
Mofo fave
French Import

Nîmes is a beautiful city, complete with bespoke amphitheatre, and the surrounding coast is just a gorgeous, laid-back part of France near the Spanish border, where one needs a rosé like this in their glass every night. To be completely honest, this rosé is extremely similar to the previous year. That’s a very good thing, because we all loved it and it sold out ages ago. We wanted more, and along comes the new vintage... lively and aromatic, it’s got jasmine, rose, pomegranate and a sumptuous, dry juiciness that is fresh, electric and moreish. Yay for consistency of goodness!

Rosé
Rosé
France

Cuvée Hostellerie Rosé 2016
Apple
Raspberry
Strawberry
Light-bodied
Bright
Delicate
Chellenge International du Vin

This isn’t just gold medal-winning French pink under $10. This is a blend of caladoc, merlot, syrah (shiraz, you know) and grenache. Caladoc, eh? Oh yeah! This grape is a cross of grenache and malbec, made specifically for the Southern French climate, to have stronger fruitfulness than its parents. So, you end up with a kind of GSM mix. Or a GMMSG mix, to be more accurate. Typically spicy and dry with subtle red fruits, bit more loganberry and blueberry from the malbec heritage, I reckon, too.

You'd pay $22.00 full price

Rosé
Rosé
Spain

Bodegas Olivares Spain Rosé 2017
Orange Peel
Raspberry
Rose Petal
Light-bodied
Crisp
Elegant

This is the third vintage we’ve brought in of this rosé, because it seems we’re onto a winner judging by the number of happy mofos who’ve indulged. From the Jumilla region in Southeastern Spain, it’s a grenache blend with intense aromas of berries and rose hip oil. With a little spice and a little tang, the palate offers up redcurrant and strawberry with a side of zesty orange. A long, super clean finish. Remember also that Euro vintages are six months behind ours, so this is as fresh as they come.

You'd pay $20.00 full price
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