Celebrity-Inspired Rosé Pickings

 Rosé is a widely consumed and universally loved drink, so it’s no wonder that your favourite celebrities not only drink it themselves but create their own! And why wouldn’t you when you have the ability to do so.

 Not only have we gathered together a few of our favourites among the celebrity rosé range, but we’ve done the hard work for you - distilling the tasting notes and aromas within their particular bottles so that you can easily pick out what appeals to you most and find similar variants.


Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie: Miraval

Ahh Brangelina … are they, aren't they? We can’t be sure, but one thing we can be sure of with these two is that they’ve created a bloody good rosé. Situated in the ancient village of Correns in Provence, AKA the ‘Côtes de Provence’ region, the star duo own a château called Miraval that’s surrounded by lush valleys and terrain. Miraval rosé combines Cinsault, Grenache, Syrah and Rolle grapes and has complex and flavoursome notes of raspberry, wild strawberries, melon and citrus, which unite to make a fresh and vibrant wine that is considered to be one of the front-runners of its type around the globe.

Tall, white french castle cornered between bushes.


Similar to: Clair de Rosé  - This is an elegant French rosé that uses a blend of two grape varieties, Grenache and Cinsault to create a delectably fresh drop. It has floral and fruity aromas of raspberry and grenadine and is a perfectly balanced pale pink colour, just like Brangelina’s.


Kylie Minogue: Vin de France Rosé

A woman of many talents, Kylie Minogue is a singer-songwriter, actor, TV judge, perfume creator and recent wine connoisseur. Her line of wines, as well as their marketing, are classic, fresh and hold a perfect simplicity. The Vin de France Rosé is made from 80 per cent Carignan and 20 per cent Cabernet Sauvignon grapes, which create a beautiful pink hue filled with delicate and alluring aromas of fresh summer berries and white blossom. The grapes are grown on the southern coast of France and are kept safe from the hot sun by the area’s nearby cooling sea breeze. This rosé pairs perfectly with salt-baked fish, grilled fennel and fresh olives.

Baked fish with olives and capsicum.


Similar to: Domaine de Cala Coteaux Varois en Provence  - Boasting a luxurious palate of white peach, orange and white flower blossoms, this rosé is comparable to Kylie’s due to its classic Provencal style. It is light, fresh and frisky, and offers an aroma delicate in flavour and colour. The light bitterness and fresh fennel notes of this rosé ignite a similar tasting palate to that of the Vin de France Rosé.


Post Malone: Maison No. 9

Oh Posty, is there anything this man can’t do? One of the biggest names in music right now, this singer and rapper has recently released his own special rosé, designed to break down the traditional perceptions about pink wine. Maison No. 9 is a French Riviera wine that is a blend of 45 per cent Grenache Noir, 25 per cent Cinsault, 15 per cent Syrah and 15 per cent Merlot, resulting in a wonderful blend of aromas that consist of pear, strawberry and sweet French inspired desserts. A renowned party boy, Post Malone has designed the bottle with a lengthy neck to allow the drinker a comfortable handheld position for easy sipping all night long.

French riviera.

Similar to: Pete’s Pure Rosé  - Filled with striking fruity aromas of fresh strawberry, crisp apple and dewy watermelon, this rosé is deliciously uncomplicated. Like Maison No. 9, along with its fruit-filled palate comes a striking element of creaminess, providing the dessert inspired tasting notes that Mr Malone undoubtedly sought.



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