SUM­MER BLUSH

Take the per­fect part­ner to your next sum­mer party or pic­nic. Rosé is light, bright and the drink ev­ery­one’s talk­ing about this sea­son

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From lus­cious Aus­tralian Barossa Val­ley rosé to tra­di­tional French rosé, BWS is well stocked to bring this sum­mer’s hottest drop to your ta­ble. With the long, hot days, balmy evenings and hol­i­days just around the cor­ner, it’s the per­fect drink to keep chilled in the fridge for a cheeky glass af­ter work, or to pack in the esky for drinks with friends. Over re­cent years, rosé has seen a huge surge in pop­u­lar­ity with wine­mak­ers, as wine-lovers around the world em­brace its easy drink­a­bil­ity and pretty blush­ing hues. The se­lec­tion at BWS has some­thing for ev­ery­one. From the rosé novice to the con­nois­seur, you’re guar­an­teed to find your per­fect sum­mer rosé this sea­son. Get your party smarts on and or­gan­ise your drinks ahead of happy hour with the BWS Click and Col­lect ser­vice. Jump on bws.com.au/sum­mer to or­der on­line and un­cover one of their daily 100 Days of Sum­mer spe­cials.

FOOD TRUCK ROSÉ

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LA PLANCHELIÈRE CABER­NET D’ANJOU ROSÉ GRA­HAM NOR­TON’S OWN ROSÉ PINK BY DE­SIGN KIM CRAW­FORD ROSÉ NEW SUM­MER FAVOURITE TRUVEÉ ROSÉ

rosé. $14 (in any six). Bright, light red in colour with a scent of soft red fruit and sweet spice. The palate is fresh and vi­brant, with a sub­tle depth of light berry and can­died fruit-drop flavours for a soft, well-bal­anced fin­ish. $12.75 One of the best-sell­ing rosés in Aus­tralia, La Planchelière Caber­net d’anjou Rosé is an ab­so­lute crowd-pleaser, per­fect for any en­ter­tain­ing oc­ca­sion. $15.36 (in any six). Af­ter the suc­cess of his Sau­vi­gnon Blanc, Gra­ham Nor­ton has re­leased Pink by De­sign, a stun­ning rosé for sum­mer – ex­clu­sive to BWS. $28 (for two). From in­no­va­tive New Zealand wine­maker Kim Craw­ford comes this soft and lus­cious rosé, richly fruited with hints of water­melon and straw­berry – the ideal sum­mer aper­i­tif. $14 (in any six). Fit­tingly de­rived from the French verb “to find”, each bot­tle of TRUVÉE is a cel­e­bra­tion of fe­male wine­mak­ers who fol­lowed their pas­sions to cre­ate a de­li­cious, light, dry and so­phis­ti­cated

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