The best rosé wines for this summer!
Whether you prefer fruity or dry, Wine Expert David Kermode is joining us to help you find your perfect glass of pink - just in time for a very warm weekend in the sunshine.
Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin Brut Rosé NV Champagne£49.99, WaitroseDavid says: “We’re kicking things off in style with Rosé Champagne that is one of the very best on the market. Two hundred years ago Madame Clicquot, a widow who ran the Champagne house invented the first known blended Rosé Champagne ever that you can enjoy today. It’s got a very lively taste and a burst of fruity flavours.”
Miraval Provence Rose Wine£19, TescoDavid says “This is Brad and Angelina’s baby, and for a celebrity wine it’s highly accomplished and very well-made. If this is out of your price range, you can buy the cheaper version called Miraval Studio.”
M&S Found Vinho Verde Rosé £7, M&SDavid says: “This is a real find from Portugal, with a lovely gentle spritz to it - a signature of wines from the Vinho Verde region - it has lovely bright, crowd-pleasing fruit and it’s a real bargain too.”
Whispering Angel £15.99, WaitroseDavid says: “You might have seen this all over social media, and I can say the quality matches up to the hype. It’s one of the most famous rosé wines in the world from Provence’s Chateau D’Esclans.”
La Vieille Ferme Rosé£7.75, Co-opDavid says: “This rosé is from the Rhône, so not too far from Provence, a really well-made wine, with a slightly darker pink hue proves that you don’t have to be pale to be interesting. A good price too.”