12 bottle Mixed Wine Case - Rosť Wine Selection (6 x 2 bottles)

TypeMixed Wine Case
OriginMixed Wine Case
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Mixed Case of Rosé Wines

A mixed case of wine makes a great birthday or Christmas present, especially if you are stuck trying to find a wine gift for a wine lover. Or perhaps you need a corporate wine gift and know the recipient is a bit of wine buff. Sometimes it is just easier to have someone else do all the work for you. Mixed wine cases are also a great way of exploring wines from many different countries allowing you to try a wide range of wine types and grape varieties. So, if you wish to sample a range of wines from our extensive and diverse wine list, you can be assured that all the mixed cases of wine are carefully and thoughtfully chosen.

A mixed case of wine containing 12 bottles of Fareham Wine Cellar's favourite Rosés for all the Rosé lovers out there, containing

2 bottles Nederburg Foundation Rosé, Western Cape

2 bottles Cotes du Rhone Rosé, Guigal

2 bottles Torres Santa Digna Cabernet Sauvignon Rosé Seleccion, Curico

2 bottles Gamay Rosé Domaine des Quatres Routes, Vin de Pays du Pays du Val de Loire, Henri Poiron et Fils

2 bottles Sancerre Rosé, Domaine Bailly Reverdy

2 bottles Wild Rock Vin Gris Rosé, Hawke’s Bay

This selection of Rosé wines includes three French Rosés, two from the Loire Valley and one from the Rhone. There are also two fuller-bodied new world Rosés, the Wild Rock Merlot / Malbec from New Zealand and the Torres Santa Digna Cabernet Sauvignon from Chile. Nederburg Foundation Rosť is  a good example of a medium sweet Rosé.

Please find more information / tasting notes for each of the individual wines on their own pages.

From time to time some wines go out of stock we will replace them with a wine of equal or greater value. We will, of course, consult with the customer before we do so.