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Celebrate Mother’s Day with a special Wine Gift
Rosé All Day!
With Mother’s Day and the start of spring around the corner, there is nothing better than a glass of rosé. Plus, pink is a colour that symbolises of femininity and love. These rosés are the perfect gift for a mum who loves this style of wine.
Colomba Bianca Organic ‘Gazzera’ Nero d’Avola Rosé (Sicily). Affordable, fruity and delicate. This rosé is a great expression of Sicilian Nero d’Avola grapes, it tastes like a warm spring day when everything is in bloom.
Dunleavy Vineyards Pinot Noir Rosé (England). This home-grown wine is great with food or by itself. It’s dry but juicy and tastes like strawberries and cream!
Kayra Beyaz Kalecik Karasi (Turkey). This award-winning rosé is dry, fresh with notes of strawberries and watermelon. The Symbol on the label represents an statuette retrieved in the Kayra region, which is thought to have been an offering to the goddess of harvest, Kybele.
Pop until you Drop
Nothing better to celebrate than to pop a bottle of bubbles. With a meal or on their own, sparkling wines are fun, energising, and make everyone happy.
Casa Valduga Arte Tradicional Brut (Brazil). Having just won the Buyer’s Favourite Gold in the Challenge Int'l du Vin (France), this wine is a winner on all fronts. A delicious traditional Champagne-style sparkling which comes at a great prize and is currently on offer at novelwines.com.
Istenic Gourmet Rosé Brut (Slovenia). This rosé fizz is vintage in style, with a racy mousse and hints of redcurrant. The creamy finish is the cherry on top for a stylish drinking experience. The medium price point for a sparkling definitely adds to its appeal.
Domaine Koquelicot Kontempo Blanc du Blanc Zero Dose NV (Croatia). This wine really is unique. Extremely dry and made from 100% Chardonnay grapes, it flaunts crisp red apple and buttery pastry aromas. Croatian wines are renowned worldwide and this one sure makes for a luxury drinking experience.
If your mum is 100% a red lover here are a few options at all price points.
Pannunzio GV Classico Malbec (Argentina). Is you mum Malbec-obsessed? This is a no-brainer. This red is deliciously full-bodied and bursting with violet and cherry jam.
Pratello Benaco Bresciano Rebo Mille1 (Lake Garda). Stylish, vintage and organic Italian red that is perfect for accompanying food. Made from indigenous Rebo grapes it is characterised by ripe dark fruits and toasty tannins.
Stefano Lubiana Estate Pinot Noir (Tasmania). This organic and biodynamic Pinot Noir from down under is definitely a treat. It’s completely smooth and intensely fruity. We just can’t get enough.
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