4 Rosés for Valentine’s Day

Rosé is pink, Curaçao is blue, Happy Valentine’s Day from The Wine Tipster to you! Here are The Wine Tipster’s top 4 bottles of Rosé to make Valentine’s Day special however you choose to celebrate it.

As the quality of Rosé has continued to grow, the popularity of this pale pink wine has extended to an appreciation of the subtlety and celebratory nature of rosé all year round. With the 2020/21 addition of Prosecco DOC Rosé to the market, this popular choice really knows no limits.

Here are The Wine Tipster’s top celebratory Rosés perfect for Valentine’s Day:

Château Léoube Rosé de Léoube 2019 – £18.99 Daylesford

Provence in Southern France is the obvious place to go for classic pale pink, lighter styles of rosé. Château Léoube’s Rosé de Léoube is superbly delicate and elegant. This dry organic rosé is lovely on its own or with some salmon, seafood or cheese.

Prosecco DOC Rosé Millesimato 2019 Astoria Extra Dry Gerrard Seel £13.95

Astoria produce a range of excellent Prosecco DOC wines, including their Prosecco DOC Rosé Millesimato 2019 Extra Dry, which has attractive redcurrant fruit, with tangy notes, hints of white pepper and a creamy texture. A winner!

Prosecco DOC Rosé Millesimato 2019 La Gioiosa £11.99 – £13.99 with offers Waitrose, Majestic, Ocado

La Gioiosa is a very known and highly respected Prosecco DOC producer. Their Prosecco DOC Rosé Millesimato 2019 has a lovely balance of soft strawberry fruit, with floral and creamy notes and a long elegant finish. No wonder Prosecco DOC Rosé is so popular

Mirabeau Pure Rosé Provence 2019 – £14.99 Waitrose

Mirabeau’s ‘Provence in a Glass’ is inspired by summer days on the Côte d’Azur, just the bottle to lessen the February chill. With a crisp finish and delightful aromas of peach and lychee, this bottle is beautiful enough to be a present by itself!

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