Everything's Coming up (French) Rose!

A new range of delicate French Rosé that’s perfect for your next party or picnic

Are you looking to add a bit of ‘French Flair’ to your next get together? Or what about something a little special for mum for Mother’s Day? 

Thanks to Dan Murphy’s there are now four new elegant, light French Rosé available to gift mum or help make your next celebration a hit. But what’s so special about French Rosé you ask? Well, French Rosé tends to be drier and more delicate. The best rosé wine in the world is considered to come from France, in particular the Provence region. While traditionally it was enjoyed during the summer months in France, the French have now taken to enjoy this elegant wine all year round and usually have it as an aperitif or with a meal. 

“We are really excited to offer these stunning French Rose wines to Australian rosé lovers. They have been carefully sourced from some of the leading winemakers in France from the renowned rosé regions of Provence and Languedoc and many have won awards for their outstanding flavour,” said Anne Charlotte Ferrari, business manager at Dan Murphy’s Imported Wine. 

Meet the range, now available in Dan Murphy’s.

Miraval Cotes de Provence Rose
Mirval Cotes de Provence Rosé

Mirval Cotes de Provence Rosé (RRP $34.99): This rosé is a complex, flavoursome blend of cinsault, Grenache, Syrah and Rolle, bursting with notes of raspberry, wild strawberries, citrus and melon. Recently place in Wine Spectator’s Top 100, this delicious rosé is considered to be one the best examples of rosé in the world. Surrounded by exclusive valley locations and exceptional terroir, this rose is the result of a collaboration between Brad Pitt and la famille Perrin. 

Prestige D’adminat Rose (RRP $19.99): This divine, diamond-cut bottle gives this graceful rosé stylish good looks, guaranteed to turn heads at any gathering. This rosé has been carefully produced from a blend of Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah and Carignan grapes, harvested in the cool of the night to retain maximum freshness and aroma, gently pressed to create the oh-so-delicate pink blush and maintain fruit purity. 

Prestige D'adminant Rose
Prestige D’adminat Rose

Mirabeau en Provence Rosé (RRP $22.99): Vivacious and fresh, this ultra-pale rosé is produced in the beautiful wine region of Coteaux d’Aix en Provence. Made from carefully harvested and gently handled blend of grapes, Mirabeau has a nose of elegant small, red summer fruits and plenty of refreshing, citrus aromas with a pleasant complexity. 

Lucile (RRP $19.99): Meaning ‘light’ in Latin, this delicately balanced wine is made from grapes harvested throughout the production area of the cellar which is established on the “Géant de Provence”, a mountain in Provence with vine altitudes between 200m-580m. Floral, fruity and with aromas of tart candies, it is bright and supple in the mouth and light on the palate with expressive aromas of red fruits. 

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