Rococo Rosé NV

£17.00

Like Giacomo Casanova dressed up for the Venice Carnival, it is pretty clear from its look what kind of character Rococo is but, unlike our amorous friend Giacomo, you can...

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Like Giacomo Casanova dressed up for the Venice Carnival, it is pretty clear from its look what kind of character Rococo is but, unlike our amorous friend Giacomo, you can put all your trust in Rococo Rosé. Yes, it has all the fun of skipping over the bridges of Venice on a summer night, with its bouquet of creamy, petal-like aromas and soft, perfectly ripe flavours of raspberries, but it won’t disappear without a trace and will, instead, linger deliciously on your palate.

Rococo consolidates the French word rocaille (shell) with the Italian barocco (Baroque) and is the name given to the exceedingly improving craftsmanship and configuration of eighteenth century Europe, which joined shell themes. Lavish shining wines are liberal European style shimmering wines, made with the flashiness of this style. The bundling additionally mirrors the Rococo style.



The center with the Rococo wines is on watchful site choice, vine development and high contribution to viticulture, with a move towards natural cultivating standards. There is likewise expanding attention to the significance of single vineyard wines. In the winery, insignificant obstruction, permitting the wine to 'make itself' and the mantra ‘it is harder to do nothing’ typify this belief.



Winemaker Steve Webber contemplated for a BSc in Oenology at Roseworthy and following seven years at Lindemans Steve and his better half Leanne De Bortoli moved to the De Bortoli family vineyards in the Yarra Valley in 1989. Together, Steve and Leanne have fabricated a winery in light of their rational accommodation and a genuine responsibility to tasty sustenance and wine. Steve was recompensed the 2007 Winemaker of the Year by Gourmet Traveler Wine. He looks for character and detail in wines by picking organic product with normal parity, with considered and prudent utilization of oak. He depicts himself as “obsessed with Pinot Noir”.


UK Mainland Addresses

(excludes Northern Ireland, the Scottish Highlands & Islands, and the Isles of Wight, Man and Scilly - please see below)

Service Price Additional Information

Standard

£4.95

FREE

Most Standard Delivery parcels arrive within 2 working days of placement of your order.

Free Standard Delivery is offered on all orders of £100 or more.
Next Day £6.95

If you place an order by 2pm (UK time), Monday - Thursday, it will be delivered the next day*. Orders placed between 2pm on Thursday and 2pm on Friday will be delivered on the following Monday and orders placed between 2pm Friday and 2pm Monday will be delivered on the following Tuesday.

Saturday £11.95
(all order values)

Orders must be placed online by 2pm Friday to be delivered on the Saturday of the same week, otherwise it is assumed the order is for the following Saturday. Available for most UK Mainland Postcodes.

Next Day Before 12noon £12.95
(all values)

Available for most UK Mainland Postcodes.Orders must be placed online by 2pm for delivery the next working day.

Next Day Before 10am £19.95
(all values)

Available for most UK Mainland Postcodes.Orders must be placed online by 2pm for delivery the next working day.

Remote Areas - Northern Ireland, the Scottish Highlands & Islands, Isle of Wight, Isle of Man and The Scilly Isles

Delivery Service Price Additional Information

Standard

£9.95

We can only offer Standard Delivery to these parts of the UK and delivery times will vary locally. Typically, orders placed before 2pm should be received in 3 or 4 working days, although some of the most rural locations may take longer.** Free Standard Delivery to mainland UK addresses on orders over £100.