The Rosé is one of the centuries old wineries newer offerings (its first in 50 years!). It’s made is a blend of red and white Bordeaux wines mixed, along with herb and fruit liqueur infusions, before ageing in French oak casks.

With light aromas of berries, orange blossom and grapefruit, along with a fresh, lively and fruity taste – it’s a modern aperitif that’s ideal for those seeking to top with tonic and enjoy a full flavour, low ABV drink.

Lillet belongs in a family of aperitif known as tonic wines. It’s often considered a vermouth, however it is not as there’s no wormwood (from which the word vermouth derives) in it.
Lillet is made in Podensac, a small village south of Bordeaux, with the base wines (85% of each expression), also coming from the region.

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