Everything’s coming up Rosé

Life may not always be a bed of rosés, but every now and again a bottle comes along that leaves you tickled pink. The Ambriel Rosé 2014 is just such a bottle. It is released today. It’s a Sparkling Rosé over-brimming with wild strawberries and warmed raspberries with a characteristic English backbone. The single clone […]

Life may not always be a bed of rosés, but every now and again a bottle comes along that leaves you tickled pink. The Ambriel Rosé 2014 is just such a bottle. It is released today.

It’s a Sparkling Rosé over-brimming with wild strawberries and warmed raspberries with a characteristic English backbone. The single clone of Pinot Noir grapes from rows 2 – 39 in the East vineyard were hand-picked in October 2014. The prolonged skin contact gives the Ambriel Rosé its juicy succulence and makes it blushingly pink. This sleeping beauty spent 3.5 years resting on the lees and is now ready to Rosé and shine. Its simply delightful – and at only 11% alcohol it’s a pink to keep you perky, whilst being naughty enough to make you blush.

Want to feel in the pink? Put Rosé in your cheeks.

Modestly priced at £28 for a single bottle and £150 for a case of 6 bottles (£25 per bottle) it won’t leave you in the red. Watch the website to order online or drop us an email at sales@ambrielsparkling.com

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