Five Rosé for every budget


Syrah Rose Belgrange

From the Languedoc-Roussillon region in the south of France, this direct, easy drinking vino tastes of blackcurrant and cherry, and is medium crisp. It’s a gorgeous deep garnet color (showcasing lots of fruit extraction) too.
$23 from Le Benaton @ Grandstand


Estampa Estate Cabernet Sauvignon-Syrah Rose 2010

Manfred Tan, managing director of Phoenix Wines says, “We like the red berry, cherry and white peach aromas of this wine. There’s also a natural freshness: The fruitiness is balanced with a touch of mint. It’s great for Singapore’s tropical climate.”
$36 from Phoenix Wines


Mitolo Jester Rose

Full and bright, this unique wine has an almost tomato-like nose with bracing acidity.
$50 from Wines Online


Ochoa Rosado de Lagrima

This Spanish roseboasts a pretty light cherry color and has a full red berry aroma. Restaurant Manager at Platters, Tan Kok Hong, recommends pairing it with dishes such as Asia’s Ultimate Star Burgers (from $32)—a duo of spicy beef rendang and chicken satay sliders—available as part of their guest chef edition five menu (with chef Karl Dobler and Eugenia Ong) available through October 31.
$75 from Platters Bistro and Wine Bar

Rose de Haut Bailly

Made from 100% cabernet sauvignon, this bottle is exceptionally smooth but is also concentrated enough to even stand up to a good steak.
$70 from Caveau Wines & Bar

UNDER $100

Chateau d’Esclans Garrus Rose

“This individualistic rose is powerful, with complex layers of flavor including red currant and cranberry. There’s also some minerality with a hint of wet earth, which I think represents the terroir of Provence, France well,” says Gerald Lu, head sommelier at Praelum.
$80 from Praelum Wine Bistro