- Benjamin has really pulled it out of the bag with this new vintage of his rose, making it easy to see why he is one of the best selling winemakers on Naked.
- Think freshly crushed strawberries with a couple of raspberries thrown in to boot, combined with freshly whipped cream and a nice sharp bite. Top-drawer rosé and fresh as a morning daisy.
- Ben gets his grapes for this wine from a cooperative high in the Languedoc hills - so you're getting boutique quality rosé for a supermarket snip!
When we asked Angels whether they wanted an entry-level Rosé from Sicily, or to see how much more complexity and concentration an extra £2 a bottle could deliver, 67% voted for this super-premium rosé from Puglia.
Imagine walking through a summer garden, smelling orange blossom, red berries and violets. Followed by a nice fruit cocktail on the patio, made from the ripest strawberries and blueberries you’ve ever tasted.
Hand-crafted using the traditional ‘Saignèe’ method and the same old-vine grapes that go into his premium Terra range of reds, Dom’s produced an elegant, richer style than your average rosé. Only trouble is, being old-vines, there’s not a lot of it to go round.
- What 4th generation winemaker Pierre doesn't know about winemaking isn't worth knowing. He just seems to have the knack of making feel-good wine at a rock 'n' roll price.
- Picking only the best grapes from the best parcels in the Rhone, this rose is packed full of bright red berries, fresh raspberries and juicy white peach.
- Crack open this elegant tipple and serve nicely chilled with some spicy tapas. Delicious.
- When I was a young winemaker I made a Rosé wine in Provence, but the rules for this area dictated how it should be, so I couldn't express myself. Now I've had the chance to make one for Naked, I want to show that Languedoc is able to make Rosé as good or even better than in Provence.
- Thanks to Naked Wines I have been able to purchase quality Grenache grapes and make the best possible wine for the Angels. I've blended these with Cinsault to produce this fresh and elegant wine.
- This wine is an attractive medium rosé colour, with a fruity and floral nose and an explosion of strawberry, raspberry and red fruit flavours. I was looking for the perfect balance between acidity, fruitiness, freshness and minerality - not too pale nor too strong, just perfect.
Virgile Joly, Winemaker
- Hermano has always been a huge fan of the pale and elegant roses of southern France... so he decided to create his very own version, with an added sprinkle of Portuguese sunshine.
- Gorgeously crisp and vibrant with tempting hints of red berries... this is all you're going to want to drink between now and September.
- Grab yourself a bottle or two and roast up some spicy chicken breasts - you won't be disappointed!
- Núria Altés comes from a long line of grape-growers. From playing in her grandfather’s vines as a child to bottling her first wine with her father’s grapes, Núria is proud of her winemaking roots. So in 2010 Núria and her partner Rafael set up a little winery in the Terra Alta region - called Herència Altés.
- This pale rose is made from 100% Grenache grapes grown from super rare vines ranging from 40 to 90 years old - much like Nuria and Rafael, these vines are seasoned professionals. It's deliciously dry and cooly refreshing with delicate rose and fresh strawberry flavours.
- Lovely with your favourite canapés and especially lovely with sunshine. Or if you fancy tucking this one away for a rainy day that's no biggy for L'Espontania, it's a bottle guaranteed to bring the sunshine to you.
A rich and refined blend of Cab Sav, Syrah and Merlot from a family vineyard established in the 1920s. The beauty of this wine is all in the tradition - Château Coutinel has a century of winemaking history to its name, making this a Rosé of some serious pedigree.
There's nothing dusty about the Arbio Rosé however, as not only does it pack some serious flavour, it's also the winery's first-ever organic wine.
Bursting with oodles of ripe fruit on the palate, this lush Rosé is well-balanced and elegantly-structured with flavours of fresh summer strawberries and juicy red fruit. It’s delicious on its own and takes on a whole new level when enjoyed with chargrilled meats or crispy roast veg, but either way it’ll put a smile on your face.
- Say the words’ Côtes du Rhône’ and you’d be forgiven for thinking instantly of a luscious red wine, but enter Denis Crespo who wants to give the rosé wines of the Southern Rhône their chance in the spotlight.
- Crisp and classy, this pale pink will give even the poshest Provencé a run for it's money. Pale in the glass and strawberries and raspberries on the palate, this is the perfect summer sipper.
- There's not much of Denis' new rosé to go around, so stock up for the warmer months and enjoy basking in the sun with this perfect pairing for Summer BBQs.
Gerd used a bit of winemaking wizardry to make this beauty. After picking and crushing the Pinot Noir grapes, he bled off 10% of the juice, then fermented it separately at cold temperatures to make this Rosé. It’s called the “saignee” method, and it delivers a much bigger, bolder Rosé than the norm.
To ramp up the flavour and make it as vibrant, fruity and fresh as they come, Gerd left the juice in the tanks for an extra 4 months after fermentation. It was only filtered once prior to bottling.
The result is a mouthful of moreish strawberry and raspberry flavours. It’s dry, crisp and refreshing, with more alcoholic oomph than your average Rosé.
There’s a good chance you’ve never tasted anything like this before. Made from Greece’s native Moschofilero grape, famed for producing fragrant and refreshing white wines, the secret behind this one is in the post-crush routine. Instead of squeezing out all the juice and separating it from the leftover grapes, Yiannis uses an old-fashioned method where he allows the rose-coloured skins to sit and macerate with the wine, imparting extra texture, flavour and a distinct pink and peachy hue.
It’s not for everyone, but if you’re someone who likes discovering new and interesting wines, it could be a game-changer. Its beautiful floral aromas overwhelm the senses and when you take a sip, it’s so vibrant, with eclectic flavours of pink grapefruit and satsuma peel.
This is a wine to indulge your sense of adventure. So why not invite a few of your best mates round to share in the discovery and give your tastebuds a brand new experience? Just don’t be surprised if it blows a few minds…