The Ultimate Summer Selection
Stays fresh for 6 weeks from opening. Each boxed wine contains 2.25L (3 bottles).1x Sauvignon Blanc | 11.5% ABV | Vegetarian
1x Grenache Rosé | 12% ABV | Vegan
1x Verdejo | 12.5% ABV | Vegan
1x Pale dry Rosé | 12.5% ABV | Vegan
Plus a freepost envelope to recycle your bags and taps
Get your summer tipples sorted with this selection of 2 whites and 2 rosés.
Sauvignon Blanc | 11.5% ABV | 2.25L (3 Bottles) | Vegetarian
This wine has the classiness of a French Sauvignon, but with an abundance of tropical fruits that burst from the glass. Expect pineapples, green apples and white peach, with a mouthwatering hint of acidity. Basically, this joy-filled Sauvignon is sunshine in a glass!
Winemaker Pierre-Jean has some serious pedigree. He’s the fourth-generation winemaker at his family Chateau in the Loire, but if you think that means he’s a traditionalist, think again!
Grenache | 12% ABV | 2.25L (3 Bottles) | Vegan
This pale rosé could only be from the South of France. It's all strawberries and cream with a refreshing, delicate finish. It has all the hallmarks of a great quality rosé, while also not being too serious. Just as it should be.
This Provence-style rose was created from 100% grenache grapes, grown in the Luberon mountains where the high altitude keeps the grapes cool enough to preserve their delicate, red fruit flavours.
Verdejo | 12.5% ABV | Vegan
The Lot #8: Verdejo (said "ver-day-ho") is our second wine made by Spanish sisters Ruth and Ana de Andres. It has all the hallmarks of their style: quintessentially Spanish, full of fruity flavour and begging to be shared with friends.
If you step into a tapas bar in Northern Spain and order a glass of white wine, they’ll assume you mean Verdejo. It’s the wine the locals drink. Meaning "green" in Spanish, expect pineapple, passionfruit and lime alongside an elegant, fresh acidity.
Syrah, Grenache and Mourvèdre | 12.5% ABV | Vegan
For your Lot #9: Rosé we wanted to discover a small producer, with a story to tell. When we met winemaking mother and daughter Anne-Marie and Camille Bagnis, we knew we’d struck pink.
Five years ago they embarked on an adventure, to make pale, dry rosé in the Luberon region of Provence. This wine is the culmination of hard work, determination and passion… The door at Château Constantin is always open to visitors. In the meantime, take a sip - this is the next best thing.