France, in particular Provence, led the way for rosés over £10 in our 2014 Global Rosé Masters, but there were some worthy mentions from elsewhere in Europe and the US.
A “lush” Californian red for the “Zin-Phomanics” among you and a cheaper alternative to Champagne make this week’s US wine writers’ top picks.
UK sales of Provençal rosé magnums are predicted to “double” this year with total exports of the region’s signature style rising 22% in volume last year.
A “surprisingly full-bodied” boxed Italian white and a “jazzed up” Californian Zinfandel were recommended in the US press this week.
The House of Ruinart has collaborated with Brown’s Hotel in Mayfair to create the Brown’s Ruinart Rosé 250th Anniversary afternoon tea.
UK retailer Majestic Wine posted a small sales increase in its 2013/14 results, but reported major growth in the fine wine, Malbec and Provençal rosé categories.
Gilbert Winfield gives his report on winning rosés from the third National Italian Rosé Competition in Puglia.
Next week’s London Wine Fair will feature a dedicated stand showcasing medal winners from the drinks business Global Masters series.
A pop-up luxury rosé garden, complete with a personal sketch artist and apothecary, is to mark the 250th year of Champagne house Ruinart.
The ever-growing global thirst for Prosecco is a “good thing” for Cava, according to a key producer of the Spanish sparkler.
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