By Victoria Moore, Telegraph
“Rugby. No, I’m not a forward, I’m a fly half. I’ve lost 18kg since this happened.” He hovers expectantly over the table where a tasting of gorgeous old Barossa wines is taking place, then swings over to the fridge, eventually departing with the voluptuous curves of a couple of bottles of ballet-pump-pale Domaine Ott Bandol rosé – £30.95 a pop – tucked under his chunky arm.
The best rosé wines for summer
The gender stereotyping that once ghettoised pink wine as a drink for girls and big girls’ blouses is long gone. Rosé is everywhere. In France, sales have exceeded those of white wine for several years now...