1. Rosé is older than Jesus.
Despite its recent rise to popularity, did you know that rosé is considered one of the oldest known type of wines, dating back to 600 BC?
If you’re hosting a bbq or just enjoying the day outdoors with a few friends this rosé punch is the thing to make. It’s super simple, partially hydrating, thanks to the sparkling water and not too strong so you can enjoy a couple of glasses on ice.
An extremely easy recipe, that calls for those cute little mini watermelons. There is nothing better than drinking boozy beverages out of fruit vessels.
Valentine’s Day is once again upon us and we have your last minute gifts sorted! Think Rosé, not rose, chocolates and movies over expensive restaurants and world-class cocktails at home instead of crowded nights
Frosé – the lovechild of rosé wine and slushies – is the latest summer obsession to hit Australia. There’s no need to go all the way to a fancy bar to have a taste of this icy dream when you can easily make it right at home.
Approx. 1.5 standard drinks | 3 minutes
Rosé is the sexy red head who shows up first, leaves last and entertains everyone effortlessly in the middle with their perfectly seasoned guacamole and pop hits playlist.