Buy Italian rosé wines

Best served with: A lazy sunny afternoon, an alfresco dinner with friends.

Order online, or visit The Archive.

What types of rosé wine are there?

The type of rosé wine depends on the grape used and the time it takes to make it.

In ancient Greece, rosé wine was made by mixing white and red grapes. In the 21st century, Italian winemakers use red wine grapes such as Pinot Noir or Nebbiolo. Their juices and skins are left together for hours or days, rather than the weeks or months needed for red wine.

Advice from The Vices on selecting your rosé wine

If you would like to sample our selection, please book to visit The Archive in person. Enjoy a 45 minute, complimentary session with our wine expert Daniel to find the right wine for you.

Advice from The Vices on selecting your rosé wine

If you would like to sample our selection, please book to visit The Archive in person. Enjoy a 45 minute, complimentary session with our wine expert Daniel to find the right wine for you.

“Daniel selected the most beautiful Nebbiolo from Piedmont which my partner and I enjoyed with a wonderful lamb dish for our anniversary. It’s the best wine I’ve ever tasted.”

– David Arnott