Rose Revolution Celebrating Dry Rose - Episode 123 Posted by Spitbucket | 14th November 2011 | 983 views


Join us for the launch of the 2011 Rose Revolution which recently kicked off in style at the Argyle in the Rock's Sydney. Pale dry Rose maker (and journalist), Nick Stock is host today who lets us know his thoughts on the revolution, and offers some tasty advice on what to eat with your Rose this...

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Guy | 80 Months ago

I'm also a fan of a great Rosť Nick, a summer wine that has always been appreciated here in the south of France. Great with BBQ-ing. I truly enjoy a beautiful Bandol Rosť.
Thank you for an interesting video, well done.

DrewMiles | 80 Months ago

I'm a big fan of Rose. Nick nailed the reason why I like it, its seen by many as a watered down red, when it is in fact more characteristic of a good white wine.
Thanks for the video, very easy to understand and not too long!

thewinepunter | 80 Months ago

Great campaign and an excellent video. Bring on Rosť this summer and beyond!

kbg | 80 Months ago

love the shirt, nick!
along with tempier, the other i really love is from gros nore. we took a case on the fishing trip. on the balcony, post a tough morning with the rod. perfect.

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