Exclusive Rose Wine Offers:

Here are some of the best rose wine specials we have just for you!

VIRGIN WINE VOUCHER

Virgin Wines £40 Voucher


Save £40 off your total with Virgin Wines Wine Bank.

TESCO WINE DEAL


 
Tesco Wine are currently offering £10 off their cases of wine or champagne if you are a new shopper and spend over £50.

Rose Wine

Rose Wine GlassesNot so long ago Rose was considered the tacky, undesirable sibling of the wine world, in recent years it has definately seen a real resurgence. In the table below you will fine some of the best wine clubs and wine deals that include Rose wines. These will give you the opportunity to make huge savings when buying Rose as well as giving you the opprotunity to experience some of the best kept secrets from around the world.

Beneath the table is a brief overview of how Rose wine is made and some of the more popular types that are produced.

Rose Wine Deals

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Naked Wines

Naked Wines Voucher - SAVE £50. Naked Wines have a great range of quality wines and support small winemakers. Choose from their selection of rose wines (or other wines) and use code TOP10W50 when you spend £94.99 or more. Next day & named day delivery available. Like a wine club but with no need to join.

£50
£44.99

TOP10W50
5 Stars
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Virgin Wines

Virgin Wines Rose - SAVE £40. Virgin Wines has a good selection of Rose wine at excellent prices. Choose your own selection of Rose and take £40 off the bill with the Virgin Wine Bank.

£40
TOP1040
5 Stars
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Wine Hound

Wine Hound - Pretty in Pink - SAVE 20%Enjoy thre bottles ach of four fabulous roses in this 12-bottle case. We are delighted to offer our customers this great introductory wine deal for our newest partner Wine Hound. Save £20 on your order with this exclusive wine discount code Top20.

£20
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4 Stars
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Naked Wines

Naked Wines Voucher - SAVE £40. Naked Wines have a great range of quality wines and support small winemakers. Browse their selection of red wines and use code TOP10WINE to claim your £40 discount on your total order of £74.99 or more. Like a wine club but with no need to join.

£40
£34.99

TOP10WINE
4.5 Stars
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Tesco Wine

Tesco Wines Rose - SAVE UP TO 50%. Tesco has a wide selection of Rose wine available at well discounted prices. Case deals are also available (note their case prices are for a case of 6 bottles as opposed to the usual 12 bottles you'll see advertised by other wine merchants and suppliers). Up to 50% off.

Up to 50%
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4.5 Stars
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Waitrose Wine Direct

Waitrose Wine Direct - SAVE UP TO 25%. Free delivery and great selection of wines that earned waitrose Decanters Wine supermarket of the year. Currently have a couple of Rose wines on special for up to 25% off.

Up to 25%
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4 Stars
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Majestic Wine

Majestic Wine Rose - SAVE UP TO 20%. Majestic Wine have a good selection of rose wine deals with some bottles with up to 20% off. Free UK mainland delivery.

Up to 20%
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4 Stars
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How is Rose made?

The colour of a rosé will be determined by the grapes used to make it. All kinds of red wine grapes are used to make rosé. Rosé is made one of three ways:

In the first method, crushed red-skinned grapes remain in contact with the juice for a short period of time. The grape skins are discarded when the grapes are pressed, rather than left throughout fermentation as with red wine making. The longer the skins are left in contact with the juice, the more intense the color of the final wine.

The second method, known as bleeding the vats, is used to impart more tannin and color to a red wine by removing some pink juice from red wine vats at an early stage. This removed juice is then fermented separately, producing the rosé as a by-product of the red wine. Bleeding was the method used to produce the once very popular California White Zinfandel.

The third method is by blending, the simple mixing of red wine with white wine to impart color. This method is discouraged in most wine growing regions and has even fallen out of vogue in Champagne, where it was once respected.


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