Aldi launch 17 new rosé wines just in time for meeting in groups outdoorsMarch 23, 2021
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Very soon we will be able to socialise outdoors in a group.
On the 29 March, an element of the lockdown will be lifted and in groups of six, or two households, we will be able to meet in parks or private gardens.
Although such a simple pleasure, we are all so excited. And come rain or shine, we will be finally in the company of friends.
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However, now spring is upon us, to really cement the celebration wouldn’t a glass of rosé be fabulous?
Well, we have some fabulous news, as Aldi are launching a new range of rosé wines, 17 new bottles to be precise.
The best part of this is that they are very affordable, with most costing below £7 and prices starting at £4.99.
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The budget supermarket have also enlisted the help of wine expert Sam Caporn who made a 'rosé rainbow' on what rosé wines to enjoy with which type of foods.
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Sam explained: “As with red and white wines, the depth of colour of a rosé offers a good indication as to what the style of the wine is likely to be.
“Pale pink Provence and Provence-style rosés at the lighter end of the pink colour spectrum are generally quite delicate with fresh acidity and crunchy fruit, whereas rosés that are deeper in hue will have a juicier red berry fruit profile and more flavour.
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“But shoppers shouldn’t be put off by rosé that is deeper in colour – in fact, some of my favourites are darker in colour.
“There is a "pantone'" pink for every kind of picnic, BBQ or gathering you have planned for this Spring and Summer, so just remember that a lighter pink might be great with a salad, but more robust rosés are fantastic with more flavourful food.
“For something in between; opt for a bottle from the New World such as an off-dry style from California, or a Bordeaux rosé which will have a bit more weight and "bite”.”
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