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Berrys' Rosé, Jean-Luc Terrier & C. Collovray (Stelvin)

Berrys' Rose, Jean-Luc Terrier & C. Collovray (Stelvin)
A blend of Syrah, Merlot and Cinsault, with a relatively deep strawberry colour and attractive hedgerow aromas. The red-fruit notes on the palate are pleasingly poised between the structured and the fruity, between white wine elegance and red wine weight. But as with all the best rosés, this is far more than an amalgam of red and white; it has its own personality and is as equally well-suited to the pre-prandial terrace as to the table itself.

Jean Luc Terrier is one of the most gifted winemakers in France. He has made his name at the acclaimed Domaine des Deux Roches in Burgundy and is now forging a similar reputation for his range of Languedoc wines, farmed high in the foothills of
Limoux around the scenic village of Antugnac.
(Simon Field MW - BBR Buyer)

Wines for our Berrys' own selection are hand-picked by our expert buyers and are standard-bearers of style and quality from classical wine regions, offering exceptional value for money. J L Terrier & C Collovray

Berrys' Rose, Jean-Luc Terrier & C. Collovray (Stelvin)
Product: 909669
Maturity: Drink now
Origin: France » Vin de Pays » Vin de Pays d'Oc Map of the region
Grape Variety: Southern Rhône Blend
Style: Light Bodied, Dry, 13% alcohol
Closure Type: Cork
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Reliable quaffer. Pale, with some body but not sickly. Failsafe warm weather and lunchtime wine. 15 April 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by A very quaffable wine indeed! Dry (not bone; bone being 1 then this is 2) with hints of summer fruit, a bit of length and weight so that it may be drunk on its own or with food; finally a little acidity to add some complexity, zing and life. Most importantly, it is a hit with the family! 28 March 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great value for money - drink it while the sun still shines! I was attracted to Berry's rose because it follows the same well trodden value path as their Good Ordinary Claret. As a wine for everday summer drinking I don't think it can be beaten - it certainly received rave reviews at one of our recent barbecues. Fresh and fruity and highly recommended - this really stands out from the ubiquitous supermarket blush. I intend grabbing another case for Autumn pleasure. 06 August 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by a very pleasant 'lunch in the sun' refreshment all my family and house guests enjoy this tipple when the sun is out. in a previous year 5 cases 'disappeared' with great reviews alongside a very expensive and equally loved champagne at my daughters wedding!!!!!! 13 July 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Light and consistently good The ultimate hot summer day barbecue rose. Goes down much too easily. A favourite of all the family 01 July 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great for summer drinking We have a strict rule; we only ever drink rose outside - or in France. This means that our consumption of Berrys rose is entirely dependent on the English 'summer'. We have quite a lot of last years' stock left. This years' is a slightly different blend, I think: a smidge drier, a little longer, a little less 'quaffy'. But still - very much 'fit for purpose' as a great general purpose rose for drinking in the garden. Try it on a swing seat. Not the most sophisticated rose out there, nor the most 'fruite'; but still delicious, easy drinking - great just after mowing the lawn. And a reasonable price too - so the second bottle doesn't pack a punch in the wallet department. 01 July 2013
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