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Why do we love this case?

Do you need something to put the colour back into your cheeks? Well, you’ve come to the right place ’cause these little Frenchies are going to flush them pink. So fill up your glass - you’ll be buzzing like you’ve taken one too many Sudafed when you taste them.

Each case includes four bottles of the following three wines:


Chateau Beaubois ‘Cuvee Expression’ Rosé 2015 

2 Gold Medals - RRP $29

I’m feeling a bit down in the dumps. I know what you’re thinking, “boo-hoo, you get to drink wine all day, toughen up princess”. And you’re right. I should toughen up. Especially because my glass right now is full of pretty pink rosé . Not just any rosé, a double gold medal winning vino that’s been organically grown by a fourth generation Rhone Chateau. Full of wild strawberries, dried herbs and soft spices, drinking this cheerful vino is guaranteed to make you feel as happy as I do right now. 


Cellier Des Princes ‘Le Triporteur’ Rosé 2015 

Gold Medal Avignon Wine Show 2016, Gold Medal Gilbert & Gaillard Guide 2016 - RRP $23

“You will enjoy on every occasion,” says the back label. Well, ok, if you insist! Get on your trike and load up the basket with cases of this classic dry, French rosé, head past the boulangerie and pick up the baguettes, whip into the fromagerie for the brie and off to the park with you. Or in winter, off to the picnic blanket by the fire and dream of warmer times. 



Dauvergne & Ranvier ‘Costières de Nîmes’ Rosé 2015 

RRP  - $26

Nîmes is a beautiful city, complete with bespoke amphitheatre, and the surrounding coast is just a gorgeous, laid-back part of France near the Spanish border, where one needs a rosé like this in their glass every night. Lively and aromatic, its got jasmine, rose, pomegranate and a sumptuous, dry juiciness that is fresh, electric and moreish. Or as the winery puts it (via Google Translate): “This is the wine buddies, the one that pulled out for moments of joy simple and unpretentious.” Could’t agree more, and that’s better than my French anyway.

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