Raimat Abadia Rosé 2010

I had meant to include this in my Valentine’s feature but alas, it managed to work its way to the back of the cocktail cabinet only for me to discover hiding behind a bottle of King’s Ginger.

A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Tempranillo, this vibrant pink rosé from Bodegas Raimat in the Costers del Segre wine region of Spain, is full of ripe strawberry, cherry and raspberry flavours with a crisp acidity.

Enjoy chilled alongside a tasty tuna niçoise for a simple and healthy supper – tuna (fresh or canned), sliced new potatoes, sliced cucumber, sliced hard boiled egg, French beans, cherry tomatoes, lettuce, thin stips of anchovy fillets, and black olives tossed in extra virgin olive oil, red wine vinegar, salt and black pepper.

Raimat Abadia Rosé 2010 is available online for £7.99 from Your Favourite Wines and Donard Wines.

Definitely one to try!


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