Cellarmasters has just launched a rosé wine subscription that home delivers curated, quality rosé wines.
“Australians are drinking more rosé than ever because both our lifestyle and climate are so well suited to it,” said Christine Ricketts, Cellar Director at Cellarmasters.
“Gone are the days of rosé merely being a summer sipper, it’s now enjoyed throughout the year – even in winter. It’s a simply delicious style of wine that pairs well with a range of food, and it’s also great to enjoy on its own,” she added.
Rosé has been one of the fastest growing wine categories in Australia for the last few years, and according to data from Cellarmasters, sales have increased by 16% in the last 12 months alone.
The Cellarmasters Rosé subscription will help fans discover – and taste – a wide range of Rosé styles and varieties.
“Contrary to popular belief – and numerous restaurant wine lists – there are actually many different styles of rosé wine,” Ricketts explained. “We have the savoury, bone dry rosé the French are famous for, the dry, fruit-forward styles many Australian winemakers are doing well, as well as the slightly sweeter styles – to mention a few expressions.”
The subscription includes a case (dozen bottles) of three types of rosé wines selected by experts and delivered three times a year, for $12.99 per bottle by the case.
The first case included rosé wines from France, Hunter Valley (NSW) and Fleurieu Peninsula (SA).