A Sydney based company is bringing Southern France’s best rosé wines to Australia

Championing the wines of Southern France, particularly of the Rosé variety, Quattro Wine Group has begun stamping quite the impression on Australia. The company, which was started by four Sydney-based wine enthusiasts, are trying to push one of the more underrated sides of the French Riviera to more Aussies, curating a selection of rosé wines from the South of France and ensuring they make their way to Australian restaurants, bars and bottle shops. ... Read More | Share it now!

There’s now a bottomless rosé happy hour in Sydney

Just because summer’s over doesn’t mean the fun has to stop. See these coming months through rose-coloured glasses, because thanks to Nour, those sunny summer vibes will last long into autumn and winter this year. The contemporary Lebanese restaurant in Surry Hills has just elevated happy hour, with free-flowing rosé for two hours straight, Monday to Friday. That’s right. Bottomless. Rosé. What’s the catch? Nothing, except that you just need to tuck into some share plates of tasty Lebanese snacks from the special menu developed by executive chef Roy Ner (ex-Aria) – but that’s not really a catch though, is it?... Read More | Share it now!

A big rosé yacht party is coming to Sydney Harbour

Have You Heard Events are at their best when the sun is out, breaking out the yachts and inflatables to make the most of Sydney life with a series of on-the-harbour parties to celebrate summer the right way. Their first: a four-hour harbour party thrown in collaboration with Mateus Rosé, presenting a flotilla of swans, flamingos, donuts, and “Pimp Your Rosé” stations filled with Rosé sangria, Frosé, and more.... Read More | Share it now!

Cocktail Recipe: G.H Mumm Frosé

Spring is here and summer will be following soon, so it’s a good idea to get around the very simple Frosé, the champagne cocktail which has been all the rage around Sydney these past few months. It’s also a nice way to jump on board the ever-growing love of rosé that is sweeping the country, so to help we’ve tapped France’s famous Maison Mumm champagne house for one of the recipes they’ll be debuting at the Melbourne Cup Carnical as part of their Summer Series of cocktails. You’ll be able to find this recipe, and a few others, in the Club de la Plage marquee theme that will be popping up at the carnival, seeing as G.H Mumm is once again the official champagne to the race that stops the nation.... Read More | Share it now!

On the Shelf: Hardys The Chronicles ‘The Sage’ Grenache Rosé 2015

The Hardys brand continue their ‘The Chronicles’ series with this newly released Grenache Rosé, designing it towards the vision and determination instilled in the brand by founder Thomas Hardy. As part of the fabric of Australian wine making, Thomas Hardy is enjoys a long-lasting legacy from this current series, which aims to capture the apparent vibrancy with which he lives his life. The latest from that series is the Hardys The Chronicles ‘The Sage’ Grenache Rosé and, in it’s price category ($18), it’s one of the best we’ve had this year. ... Read More | Share it now!

On the Shelf: Jansz Tasmania Premium Cuvee NV + Vintage Rose 2011

Tasmanian sparkling is an MVP every time NYE comes around, due to the region’s famously cool climate, offering an alternative to French sparkling that is now widely known to be just as good – if not better – for big occasions. Two varietals have remained the brand’s most acclaimed, the classic Premium Cuvée NV, and the Vintage Rosé 2011, both of which dominate their price category year in and year out.... Read More | Share it now!