James Martin Rosé

James Martin’s rosé wine from the Languedoc


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Each bottle of Signature Chef wine comes with a recipe created specifically by chef James Martin for each of the wines. The recipe can both be read and viewed on video via a QR code on the neck hanger. To pair his white wine, a blend of Chardonnay and a hint of Marsanne, James cooks a Turbot fish on the bone with cauliflower puree, asparagus and white wine cream.

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James Martin Rosé wine is a blend of Cinsault (55%) and Grenache Gris (45%).

James transports us to a summer day in the south of France with this beautifully pale pink rosé. With fresh and fruity aromas coupled with summer red-berried fruit flavours, it is elegant and well balanced with a long finish. Produced near Narbonne in the beautiful Languedoc region, James worked with winemakers to select this award-winning blend.

This wine will work a treat with food (any of James’s recipes would do, though we won’t mind if you use someone else’s recipe…) or simply to enjoy on its own. James Martin pairs this rosé with one of his recipes which is available to view on the bottle via a QR code. However, we also find this a real delight with your summer meals, barbecues and all types of salads. Best served chilled, of course.



Languedoc, France


Speaks French with a Yorkshire accent

Tastes Like

A summer day in the south of France

A bite to eat?

Perfect aperitif or to accompany your light summer meals, barbecues, and salads.


Cinsault (55%), Grenache Gris (45%)

Residual Sugar

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