Battle of the Roses

Battle of the Roses

Rosé wines have surged in popularity, and their charm lies in their versatility, making them perfect for various occasions. In our collection is two Triennes IGP Mediterranee Rosé and La Vieille Ferme Rosé.


Let's start with Triennes IGP Mediterranee Rosé:

Hailing from the sun-soaked vineyards of Provence, France, this rosé is a mixture of Grenache, Cinsault, and Syrah grapes, resulting in a pale pink colour. Expect refreshing notes of strawberries, citrus, and hints of herbs, with a mineral undertone that leaves a lingering, crisp finish on the palate.

Its light, fruity notes complement a variety of dishes, from grilled seafood to summer salads, making it a versatile companion for picnics or a cosy evening at home.


And onto La Vieille Ferme Rosé:

From the renowned Rhône Valley in France, this rosé is a mixture of Cinsault, Grenache, and Syrah grapes. This rosé boasts a vibrant pink colour and a fruit-forward palate. It bursts with flavours of red berries, cherries, and a touch of floral notes, offering a slightly fuller body with a zesty finish.

Its robust profile pairs excellently with grilled meats, Mediterranean cuisine, or even spicy dishes, making it a versatile choice for heartier meals or festive gatherings.


The Verdict

Both the Triennes IGP Mediterranee Rosé and La Vieille Ferme Rosé bring unique flavours to the table. The Triennes captivates with its Provencal finesse and delicate flavours, while La Vieille Ferme entices with its bolder, fruit-forward profile.

If you're seeking a light, elegant rosé that sings of summer afternoons and pairs effortlessly with light fare, the Triennes IGP Mediterranee Rosé is an excellent choice. On the other hand, if you prefer a more robust and versatile option that can stand up to heartier dishes, La Vieille Ferme Rosé might be your perfect match.

Cheers to discovering your favourite rosé moment, one half bottle at a time!

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