As much as we’ll try to convince you that rosé is a year-round kind of wine (and it very much is) – there’s something to be said for the seasonal anticipation of languid summer afternoons with an ice bucket of rosé at hand, whether at the park, on the patio or by the pool. There’s so much more to rosé than just the south of France, and our selection for the summer showcases the best the category has to offer.

2022 Le Fraghe Ròdon, Bardolino Chiaretto (Organic) (ETA late April)
Ròdon boasts a complex mosaic of well-defined, fragrant aromas of wild rose, strawberry and redcurrant. The palate displays an emphatic crispness and full body, a perfect balance between ultra-savoury flavours and a tasty minerality, characteristics that are classic to this terroir.
Retail $32.95 (6 btl/cs)

2021 Roccafiore Rosato, Umbria
This wine is all about freshness. 100% Sangiovese fermented and conditioned in stainless steel, loaded with flavours of pomegranate and raspberry wrapped up in a mouthwatering package.
Retail $23.95

2022 Stoller Pinot Noir Rosé, Willamette Valley (ETA mid May)
Aromatics of pomelo, juicy strawberry, and white nectarine, followed by fresh grass and a wet minerality. It’s a rosé on the lighter side with a good grip on the palate and a lingering finish of white tea and lime pith.
Retail $32.95

2022 Château Val Joanis Cuvée Joséphine, Luberon (ETA mid May)
This blend of Syrah, Vermentino and Grenache is sourced from the upper slopes of the estate, which is famed for its classic Provençal gardens. Notes of raspberry and redcurrant overlay a cooling minerality and hints of lavender.
Retail $34.95

2021 Château Pesquié Terrasses Rosé, Ventoux (Organic, Vegan)
The 2021 Ventoux Rosé is a classic, Provençal rosé with pretty notes of wild strawberries, bubble gum, and flowers in its medium-bodied, clean, balanced, elegant profile. It’s a delicious rosé to drink on a hot summer day.” – 91 points, Jeb Dunnuck.
Retail $24.95

2021 Château Pesquié Quintessence Rosé, Ventoux (Biodynamic, Organic, Vegan)
This beautiful rosé is the fruit of the friendly collaboration between Olivier Poussier (Best Sommelier of the World 2000), Emmanuel Gagnepain (oenologist) and the Chaudière brothers. This is an age-worthy, gastronomic rosé with added weight from an extended 12 month refinement in concrete egg and 600L oak barrels.
Retail $36.95 (6 btl/cs)

Wines are sold in cases of 12 bottles unless otherwise indicated. Delivery charges may apply. Some quantities are limited, and are sold on a first-come, first-served basis.