The words 'rosé wine' and 'fine wine' don't often feature in the same sentence together - and they really should!
Yes, rosé wine can be light, refreshing and sometimes unpleasantly off-dry. However, it can also be oak aged, full-bodied, spicy and vibrant with gorgously beguiling aromas of dried pot pourri, fresh herbs, rose petals and delicate peppery spice.
Join us as we taste the very best rosé wines from around the globe: rich, spicy Tavel in the Southern Rhone; soft, oak aged Rioja and Cigales in Spain; spicy vibrant wines of Greece and, of course, the very best of Provence.
Tutor: Jonny Gibson
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