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Award-Winning Rosé At M&S

Nothing beats a crisp, cold glass of rosé on a hot summer’s day, whether you’re firing up the home BBQ or heading to your local pub garden for post-work drinks.

You can always count on trusty M&S to stock a wealth of bottles both on-point in taste and price, and the high street favourite has dozens of blends that have won copious awards in the wine world, too.

Browse our edit of the top eight rosé award winners, from Champagne to Pinot Noir, all available to shop online at M&S. And, with the brand running a 'Buy 2, Save 5%' offer online until 1st August 2015, what are you waiting for? At least you’ll be fully stocked for when the sun does decide to play ball this summer...



Domaine de la Navarre Cotes de Provence Rosé  (Case of 6), £54

The grapes of this award winner are grown on the sun-drenched, blue-skied hills of Provence, and its delicate, mineral finish pairs perfectly with the region’s classic flavours, such as garlic and olive oil.

Fairtrade Six Hats Rosé (Case of 6), £42

This Fairtrade, South African gem will become a firm favourite this summer. It pairs particularly well with light seafood dishes – perfect then, for balmy dinners al fresco.

Heretat El Padruell Cava Rosado (Case of 6), £48

Medium-bodied and full on fizz, ditch the prosecco this summer and serve this up to garden party guests as an aperitif.

Monferrato Chiaretto (Case of 6), £36 (was £45)

Working out at just £6 per bottle when you buy a case of six, this ripe, red berry flavoured wine pairs perfectly with fresh strawberries. Any one for Eton Mess?


Oudinot Rosé Brut NV Champagne (Case of 6), £162

Save this champagne for a particularly special summer soiree. Described as “lively, luxurious and with a hint of cream,” it’ll act as a decadent partner to starters and snacks such as prawns and parma ham.

Rosado Cava Prestige Brut (Case of 6), £60

This Spanish cava is a good choice if you like your rosé full of fruity flavour. The International Wine Challenge Silver Award Winner is also sweet enough to drink as an alternative to a classic dessert wine.

Rosé D'Anjou (Case of 6), £48 

This vintage rosé blends flavours of redcurrant, rose-hip and strawberry. Crisp, off-dry and in the prettiest pink blush, it tastes like summer in a glass.

Secano Estate Rosé Pinot Noir (Case of 6), £54

This 100% Pinot Noir is grown in the Chilean Leyda Valley and comes with a fresh, dry and hint of ripe plum flavour. Our tip? Give it a try with fresh Japanese sushi.

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