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Marourde Rosé Spritz

(50cl, 4%)

Marourde Rosé Spritz

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Marourde Rosé Spritz Bottling Note

A fabulously floral tipple here from Marourde, Rosé Spritz is made by first crafting a wine with honey, Kentish water and fermenting it with Champagne yeast. This is then infused with elderflower and elderberry, giving a floral, fruity flavour profile as well as its delicate pink hue. The result is a crisp and dry honey wine, with a generous helping of hedgerow fruitiness. This will certainly make a refreshing summer sipper.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Silky honey notes alongside distinctive floral elderflower, with tart berries bringing a dash of sharpness.

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Marourde Rosé Spritz Reviews

super refreshing

incredibly refreshing - absolutely adored this; really crisp and light. also tried some as a mixer with gin - utter winner

27th April 2020

Fun and fruity!

I had this as an alternative to champagne and loved it.

24th March 2020

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