English Wine Reviews  

Rosé Wine

The Simpsons Railway Hill Rosé 2018 - £19.50

Region: Canterbury, Kent 

Grape:  Pinot Noir

Tasting Notes: Copper colour and strawberry nose. Complex flavours of strawberries and cream are lifted by refreshing grapefruit and lime on the palate, the acidity mouth-watering, the finish long and rich. A lip-smacking sip, close your eyes and you could be in St Tropez or Kent apparently... This is the best rosé I've tried all summer (2020) 

Winbirri Vineyard Rosé 2019 - £19.50

Region: Norfolk

Grape:  Pinot Noir

Tasting Notes: Full of zesty grapefruit and tangy lime - would not have guessed it was a Pinot. Yes the strawberry and cherry aromas are there but this is an English rosé that is bound by bright acidity and the citrus notes add complexity. If there was ever an English summer rosé to be drunk by the river at sunset with a good book, this would be it. 

Winbirri continue to impress with their award winning wines. If you want to see true expression of a variety grown in England, Winbirri is a good place to start. Lee Dyer and his father are running a an intimate winery making high quality wines that deserve your palate. 


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