Gather Ye Rosé While Ye May

Gather Ye Rosé While Ye May


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Castello di Tassarolo, Monferrato Chiaretto 2018 – £21.50 (13.5%)

Piemontese pink made from late ripening Nebbiolo grapes, named after the autumnal mists (the nebbia) that descend on the vineyards before the grapes are ready to harvest. Full bodied enough to match barbecued meats. Roses, violets, cherries

Silvio Messana, Ghazi 2019 – £28 (12%)

Lightly sparkling natural wine, made in the metodo ancestrale or Pet Nat style, from early harvested Tuscan Sangiovese by Messana the Maverick. A romantic wine with delicate fizz and refreshing acidity. Grapefruit, watermelon, pomegranate

Valérie Courrèges, Les Vent des Voiles rosé 2020 – £19 (13%)

The fruit of 40 year old vines grown on a limestone soil base, this dry blend of Grenache and Cinsault is made in small concrete tanks and amphorae. Aromatic, elegant and appealingly rich. Raspberry, white pepper, minerality

Bodegas Moraza, Rioja Rose 2019 – £19 (12.5%)

100% Tempranillo, fermented in concrete. Janire Moraza is reinventing Rioja, making the kind of fresh, lower alcohol and unoaked wines she remembers her grandfather enjoying. Strawberry, cherry, hibiscus

Casa de Mouraz, Dāo rosé 2019 – £17 (12%)

Sara and António are bravely rebuilding Casa de Mouraz, after a devastating forest fire in 2017. This refreshing dry rosé is a field blend, celebrating Portugal’s plethora of indigenous, and little known, grape varieties. Peach, apricot, mint

Meinklang, Prosa Frizzante 2020 – £15 (10.5%)

Lightly fizzy, and just off dry, juicy Austrian pink. Meinklang are a vanguard biodynamic and natural producer from Burgenland, Austria, and this is an almost universally popular introduction to their work. Redcurrant, cranberry, mulberry