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  • 24th Jan 2024
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5 of our favourite supermarket rosé wines

Rosé season is coming (does it ever really end). 

As one of our specialist interests, we’ve done the hard work for you and curated five of the best supermarket rosé wines – from stand-alone easy drinkers to the best food pairings.

Fleurs de Prairie Luberon Rosé

Price: £10.00

Supermarket: Morrisons

Ideal with: Gentle flavours such as grilled fish, burrata and prosciutto.

One of our favourites because it’s so pale. From the Luberon region in the heart of Provence, Fleurs de Prairie means “wildflowers” and refers to the beautiful wildflowers that carpet the vineyards. Notes of lemon, exotic fruits and peach.


Calvet Sancerre Rosé

Price: £16.99

Supermarket: Waitrose

Ideal with: Lightly spiced foods

Sancerre is a region more synonymous with white wines making this rosé quite a rare gem. With notes of wild strawberries and raspberries, this is a premium rosé that can be enjoyed on its own or with food (especially if it has a little spice).


Champteloup Rosé D’Anjou 

Price: £8.99

Supermarket: Waitrose

Ideal with: Cured meats, mixed salads and strawberry desserts

A pale pink rosé from Anjou in the Loire region of France. Beautifully light and crisp with wild berry and peach notes. This is a great one for entertaining thanks to its cheaper price and it’s great with a wide variety of foods.


Calvet Cap D’adge IGP Cotes de Thau Rosé

Price: £9.00

Supermarket: Morrisons

Ideal with: Asian dishes

This southern French rosé is grown between the Mediterranean sea and the hills of the Thau lagoon in the Lanugedoc region which neighbours Provence. A very vibrant rosé with notes of grapefruit and hints of fresh lime. We also like drinking this one just on its own.


Cruset Rosé

Price: £8.00

Supermarket: Sainsbury’s

Ideal with: Grilled fish and potatoes

One for lovers of sweet and fruity, rosé – this delicate pale pink wine has vibrant notes of fresh red fruits and hints of strawberry candy.


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