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Refreshing rosé wine

Cool rosé wines are great for warm evenings and are delicious with food.

Please note the 25% off rose wines at Waitrose Cellar offer has now expired.

Updated 17th July 2014

Our Top 10 Waitrose Cellar rosé wines

Esprit de Buganay Provence Rosé

Was £10.49 Now £7.86

Popular with red berry fruit flavours and light, subtle spices. See 10 reviews & tasting video on Waitrose Cellar.

Esprit de Buganay Provence Rose

Champteloup Rosé d'Anjou

Was £7.99 Now £6.39

Delicate strawberry-pink wine with attractive berry fruits.

Champteloup Rose d'Anjou

Spice Trail Rosé

Was £6.49 Now £4.86

Award-winner from Hungary. Pinot Noir & Kekfrankos blended with Asian food in mind.

Spice Trail Rose

Barefoot White Zinfandel

Was £7.19 Now £5.39

Award-winner. Notes of raspberry, strawberry and watermelon.

Barefoot White Zinfandel

Mirabeau Cotes De Provence Rosé

Was £8.99 Now £6.74

Award-winning bright rose, with aromas of strawberries and raspberries and a crisp, dry finish making it perfect with salads, seafood and cold meats. See tasting video on Waitrose Cellar.

Mirabeau Cotes De Provence Rosé

Three Choirs Premium Selection Rosé

Was £9.49 Now £7.59

Delicate English rosé made from Pinot Noir grapes. Fresh flavours of strawberry and summer fruits dominate the palate, while hints of citrus keep the wine lively and refreshing.

Three Choirs Premium Selection Rose

Calvet Sancerre Rosé

Was £14.99 Now £11.24

A fresh & bright Sancerre Rosé.

Calvet Sancerre Rose

Why rosé?

From Spanish rosado to delicate Pinot Grigio blush, there is a fantastic selection of pink wines to discover at Waitrose Cellar, including English gems and classic styles from Provence and Italy. In the vast majority of cases, rosé wine isn't made by blending red and white wines together. It's usually produced from red grapes which are crushed and then carefully removed from the juice. As it's the grape skins that add colour, the quicker the juice is drained off, the lighter the rosé wine will be.

Rosé wines often make delicious apéritifs although many styles are surprisingly versatile with food. For example, light rosés are fabulous with delicate dishes such as sushi or a salade Niçoise, while fuller-flavoured pinks are fantastic with lightly spicy curry dishes, duck or tuna.

*This article is showing the prices and stock available on 17/07/2014.

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