Incredibly good value Abruzzo rosato from a newly-formed co-operative that comprises only growers working with organics or biodynamics. Simple but tasty vino da tavola, for when a casual bottle is in order. Find out more.
At Wayward we might describe rosé as a much-mistaken category. For many it means strictly Provençal, direct-pressed, summer months only. We disagree! And we hope our pantone palate of pink natural wine helps us to prove our point. Aside from the salmon-twinged refreshers that glug down with ease (of which there are many), we also find there are many deeper, more multilayered examples to get your teeth into, from juice-bomb grenadine-esque Grenache from the hills of Luberon, through to complex, salty Pignatello from far-flung Sicilian satellite islands, there is much compelling evidence to suggest that these delicious natural rosé wines should be enjoyed year-round.