I don’t know about you, but at this time of year, I tend to prefer more fruity wines and you can’t go wrong with a fruity rosé at any time of year, but it’s particularly nice on a warm summer’s evening. Whilst we might only have a couple of weeks left of summer, the La Belle Angele Rosé is a lovely option.
La Belle Angele Rosé
It’s all down to personal tastes, but rosé is always best served chilled and on a warm day, the last thing you want is ‘warm’ wine unless it’s a red of course. Chilled rosé is such a delight all year round, but it’s synonymous with summer and whilst we might not be able to visit beer gardens like we perhaps have in recent years, you can still enjoy a good rosé like the La Belle Angele Rosé. Priced at £8.99 a bottle, or you can pick it up for £7.49 in a six mix from Majestic.
“La Belle Angele was a famous character of the early 20th century. Known for her beauty and joie de vivre, she was the muse of many French impressionist painters. Discover this pleasant, fruity and fresh rose with its delicate aromas of raspberry and grenadine. Excellent as an aperitif and with starters, grilled vegetables, pizzas and grills.“
The La Belle Angele Rosé has such a pretty illustration design on the label, and the delicate pale pink colour is said to mimic the popular Provence rosés, but at a much smaller price than many of them.
Said to have the freshness and fruitiness of its more fashionable neighbours, bursting with raspberries, strawberries and aromatic white flowers. It’s just the thing for drinking alongside light summer dishes like Vietnamese summer rolls or fresh crunchy salads. If you’re up for trying something new, the La Belle Angele Rosé is a perfect option.
You can find the La Belle Angele Rosé right here.
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