Blush to Make You Blush!

6 Bottle Case (1 x of each)

Cider (1 bottle)

Bordelet Sydre Argelette, Normandy, France 
(Made up of 19 apple varieties, Douce Moene, Sang de boeuf, Tete de Brebie, Rambaud, Closette, Marie Menard, Barberie, Javron, to name but a few…)

Loaded with the stony character of the eponymous soil along with delicious flavours of caramel, baked apples and crunchy apple-skin. A drink of great quality, almost vinous and mouth-filling, with sufficient length and aroma to match with creamy dishes or spice-inflected ones as well as cheeses or vanilla-based desserts.

Pairing: As an aperitif and indeed Normand's cheese

Sparkling (1 bottle)

Bellenda Prosecco Rose, Veneto, Italy (1 bottle)
(90% Glera, 10% Pinot Nero)

Pink with crimson notes, luminous and brilliant, with delicate bubbles and a soft but generous mousse. The bouquet is generous, with emphatic notes of raspberry and amarena cherries, displaying a wonderful balance between the aromatic notes and freshness. The palate is fruit-forward and smooth but well-structured; overall, it is a harmonious and elegant wine.

Pairing: A wonderful aperitif wine to be paired with pizza, Italian tramezzini and “crostini” (bread with cheese/ham/vegetables). A superb partner with traditional Italian antipasti and first courses of fish and vegetables; the adventuresome will want to try it with fresh sheep and goat cheese. 

Rose (1 bottle of each)

Judith Beck Pink, Burgenland, Austria 
(80% Zweigelt & 20% Blaufränkisch)

The wine has real character, all the juicy elements of Tempranillo, with no oak to mask its charm. It has a natural way about it but with no funkiness. Cherry-red, purplish, brilliant colour with primary notes of fresh fruit, strawberries, raspberries, cherries and violets with clean mineral tones from the granite, this little natural wine is phenomenal value.

Pairing: salads, fish or seafood dishes

Breton Grolleau, Loire Valley, France 
(100% Grolleau)

Grolleau is one of the varieties from the Loire Valley simply flying under the radar. It is light and fruity, not unlike Gamay. This comes from 60 year old vines and is treated similarly to Beaujolais as it undergoes three weeks of carbonic maceration. Made to be enjoyed in its youth while its fresh, fruity profile is intact, this wine has a ruby-red hue with purple flecks. It carries a flavourful bouquet with hints of pepper, tomato leaf, earth, and juicy red fruits such as raspberry and cherry, as well as rose and cranberry flavours complemented with a crisp palate

Pairing: We recommend opening it with friends and serving with a dish involving mushrooms or mashed potato.

Saint Michel CDR Mathilde Rose, Rhone, France 
(80% Grenache Blanc, 20% Cinsault, 20% Carignan)

As a well rounded, fruity rosé, it displays a deep pink colour, with salmon-pink lights. On the nose it shows aromas of red fruits (currant, raspberry, cherry), and grenadine. The palate is neat and the freshness is well-balanced. 

Pairing: salads, fish or seafood dishes


Pirineos 3404 Rosado, Somontano, Spain 
(Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon)

Pale pink with of violets, cherries and roses. The, good acidity and freshness Fresh and floral this blushing wine presents a fragrant, fresh nose with aromas of pink grapefruit, violets, roses and cherries. The palate is smooth with red fruits and a hint of sweetness that is in perfect balance with the freshness from the acidity of the grapes.

Pairing: Chill it down on a sunny day and enjoy with BBQ, tempura vegetables, poultry or smoked fish! It’s a flavourful rosé that will pair with various foods or to simply sip on its own at the beach with loved ones. 


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