Made using controlled fermentation from the must of four grape varieties: Kékfrankos, Portugieser, and Cabernets Franc and Sauvignon. Refined and complex, this rosé is often compared to Provence wines.
Bock’s Rosé Cuvée is a salmon-like colour with a pinkish hue and medium palate weight. Refreshing and crisp with vibrant notes of strawberries, this wine can be enjoyed on its own and/or with food.
Bock2015Type:Rosé Wine0.75 l£9.99
A grape that originally arrived from Germany in the eighteenth century and is now regarded as a traditional variety in the Villány area.
Simple tank fermentation at controlled temperatures has brought out the juicy, gently spicy fruit with its moderate colour and typically light tannins.
What the critics say:
Inky tannins and damsony fruit//lovely, bright fruit, nice balance of fruit and tannins, delicious. 17/20
John Radford, 2008Bock2015Type:Red Wine0.75 l£11.99