A rosé worth shouting about

Table of crudites on wooden boards with a bottle of Whispering Angel and glasses of rosé wine

As stockists of Whispering Angel we really do think that this is a wine that deserves to be shouted about, and certainly not left to whispers!

Decanter Magazine described the Chateau d'Esclan's Whispering Angel as a wine that "has always delivered a fresh and sculpted rosé, on the mineral side of fruity, with a kick of mouthwatering salinity on the finish" and as a wine that "feels a little more grown-up than most other roses in this price bracket". We love rosé wines here at The Wine Reserve and so we have to agree.

Chateau d'Esclan's Whispering Angel is the introductory wine to the Chateau’s line of rosé, salmon-coloured with aromas of redcurrant and raspberry. The palate has a creamy texture rarely seen in rosé with great breadth and dense summer fruit aromas. Jancis Robinson described this as "the best pink wine to have come my way" and our own Carol is a big fan too describing it as "Cobham's favourite Rosé."

Whilst the sun is shinging this is a great wine to share with friends!