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Just 6 Bottles Of Rosé That Aren’t Whispering Angel

We tried every bottle so you don't have to...

Time to stop and drink the rosé.

This is a very different rosé season from any we’ve had in the past.

As a result of the global pandemic, we’re unable to swarm rooftop bars and sip together and any back garden rosé-drinking is happening either alone or two metres away from anyone else.

But that doesn’t mean that you should write off the pink stuff completely. Actually, we’d argue that rosé is exactly what we all need right now because it’s such a beautiful, delicious reminder that better days absolutely do lie ahead.

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So with that in mind, we decided to go on the hunt for the best of bottles of rosé (that aren't Whispering Angel) so you've got a few go-to wines to choose from next time you're standing in the supermarket. 

Invivo X, Sarah Jessica Parker Rosé, €18

Actress Sarah Jessica Parker teamed up again with the founders of Invivo and a family winery in Provençe to create her rosé. Parker’s Invivo x SJP Sauvignon Blanc won a gold medal at the Concurs Mondial du Sauvignon Blanc Competition 2020 so you’re in good hands here.


rós rosé, €16.95

This vibrant rosé from the Spanish region of Navarra was a collaboration between Lynne Coyle MW, Wine Director at O’Briens Wines, and Alicia Eyaralar from Bodega Tandem. The name Rós is Gaelic for rose and the wine is made from sustainably farmed Garnacha grapes vinified with natural wild yeast. It’s intense and medium-bodied, with a vibrant coral hue and aromas of ripe strawberries. While it has a very fruity nose, it’s dry and structured on the palate.


Pinot Grigio d. Venezie Rosé, €5.99

Next up is this simple and dry rosé from none other than Lidl. At just under €6, this is a light, clean and fruity rosé with delicate strawberry aromas. Best enjoyed well chilled and pairs perfectly with canapés. 



To coincide with her 52nd birthday, Australian superstar Kylie Minogue has released an impressive rosé wine. Kylie Minogue rosé is a blend of two delicious grapes, 80 per cent Carignan and 20 per cent Cabernet Sauvignon, both of which have been grown near the coast in the south of France. The result is a wine with a "deliciously juicy and fresh first impression, the elegant blend features a beautiful pale pink shade with delicate, alluring aromas of fresh summer berries and white blossom, refined and refreshing on the palate with a fruity, crisp finish."


De Martino Gallardía del Itata Rosé, €19.95

The Itata Valley is one of Chile’s southernmost wine regions and it’s home to a series of very exciting wineries run by creative winemakers. In there, Cinsault grapes thrive on volcanic soils and this rosé from forward-thinking winery De Martino is a very pleasing example.

Its aromas offer a blend of floral notes and juicy redcurrants. On the palate, one can enjoy high acidity and a tense structure.


Côtes de Provence Rosé, €9.99

After its sell-out success in 2017, Aldi's Côtes de Provence Rosé has returned to stores. Hailed for its hints of "strawberry, white fruit and subtle spice," the wine hit headlines when it beat rivals at The International Wine Challenge to scoop a prestigious silver medal. It offers amazing value and a fine taste of the classic Provence style. The wine is a bright pale pink blend of Grenache, Cinsault and Syrah, with aromas of strawberries and raspberries.


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