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Regal Rogue Wild Rosé Vermouth

(50cl, 16.5%)

Regal Rogue Wild Rosé Vermouth

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Regal Rogue Wild Rosé Bottling Note

The Wild Rosé Vermouth from the Regal Rogue range is a fruit-forwards expression, featuring native Australian illawara plums, strawberry gum and rosella, giving notes of red-fruit and earthy anise. "Fearlessly Handcrafted" as the bottle suggests, and it also features a rather valiant-looking knight on the label.

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Regal Rogue Wild Rosé Vermouth Reviews

Great in cocktails

Made a reverse-tini with Sibling Gin and this and it was amazing!

22nd August 2017

Forget Aperol

This is beyond lovely with really amazing fruit notes and so much more natural than Aperol as a spritzer.

25th July 2016

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