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Why do we love this case?

What’s red, white, and pink all over? Rosé is. No really, it’s red wine grapes, made in a white wine style, and you get pink stuff. I’m not even being clever, just obscurely literal. Alright, it might have been a long day. But you know what makes long days better? A nice, chilled, dry rosé. 

Shall we begin?

Each case contains two bottles of each of the following:

Rosé
Rosé
Mount Benson

Norfolk Rise Rosé 2017
Nectarine
Raspberry
Strawberry
Light-bodied
Bright
Delicate

I like shiraz rosé for its spice, plums and affinity for vanilla. I like pinot noir rosé for its strawberries and creamy silkiness. But I only have one mouth. It's a conundrum. Or it was, until Norfolk Rise came along and said "let's blend them together!" Who said you can't have your two favourite styles of pink wine blended together and drink them too? It certainly wasn't Marie Antoinette. But sugar's out these days, so keep your damn cake and let's go drink this delightful rosé.

You'd pay $18.00 full price

Rosé
Rosé
McLaren Vale

Angove Family Winemakers Alternatus McLaren Vale Rosé 2016
Raspberry
Spice
Strawberry
Medium-bodied
Crisp
Elegant
James Halliday
5 Red Star Halliday rated winery

This 5 red star producer crafts quality wines in McLaren Vale and is now exporting straight to your glass. This rosé, made primarily of grenache grapes, is a bright, medium-bodied vino that’s spicy with notes of strawberries and raspberries. Just add seafood, tennis and sunshine. And for under a tenner with 94 James Halliday points, there won’t be many better bargains over the silly season.

You'd pay $23.00 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
Western Australia

Capel Vale Cellar Exclusive Rosé 2017
Apple
Floral
Strawberry
Light-bodied
Bright
Delicate
Wine Showcase
Sam Kim
5 Red Star Halliday rated producer

“This is an amazing rosé from WA. It’s a Black Market deal from one of the ‘Fo’s favourite producers, a 2017 vintage and absolutely divine – I love a good bit of rosé. This is more of a Spanish style, so it has a bit more going on and a little more fruit than the French provence style which is very much on trend. But as you can see from the colour, just divine.” – Min, Mofo Wine Broker

You'd pay $27.00 full price

Rosé
Rosé
King Valley

Gapsted Limited Release King Valley Rosé 2017
Berries
Cherry
Raspberry
Light-bodied
Bright
Delicate

Gapsted have done it again with this outstanding rosé made from pinot noir in the King Valley. It’s drier than your nan’s sense of humour, crisper than a pom on Bondi Beach and cleaner than a straight drive from Ellyse Perry. Speaking of Ellyse Perry, it’s the kinda of wine you’d take down to North Sydney Oval for some cricket and smash on the hill. Bursting with notes of raspberry, cherry and watermelon, if you’re keen to have it with a bit of tucker than look no further than spice and seafood – enjoy mofos.

You'd pay $30.00 full price

Rosé
Rosé
McLaren Vale

The Mule Single Vineyard McLaren Vale Rosé 2017
Perfumed
Sour Cherry
Strawberry
Light-bodied
Bright
Delicate
Sam Kim
Mofo Favourite Producer

Mofos, it’s back. Our biggest-selling Aussie rosé has returned thanks to the talented hands of 2016’s Winemaker of the Year and Giant Steps maestro, Steve Flamsteed. 1200 cases of the previous vintage flew out the door last summer and the ‘17 has arrived just in time, bringing juicy notes of sour cherries and strawberries to the glass. It’s bright, it’s light and it’s the perfect pairing for seafood or you know, a second glass.

You'd pay $35.00 full price