Rosé

A rosé is a type of wine that incorporates some of the colour from the grape skins, but not enough to qualify it as a red wine. New Zealand makes a wide array of Rosé wines, from fresh and fruity to savoury and textural and in a rainbow of pink hues, from palest salmon to deep watermelon. Typically, they’re light-bodied, fruit-focused and just off-dry in style.

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AR Rose
Ash Ridge Merlot Rose 
Hawkes Bay

 

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Providore
Central Otago

 

Georges Road
Waipara

 

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Bladen Pinot Rose 
Marlborough

 

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Take it to the Grave
Australia

 

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Brightwater 'Sophies Kiss' 
Nelson

 

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Locharburn Pinot Rose
Central Otago

 

Misty Cove Estate Blush
Marlborough
Not a rosé, but an interesting alternative!