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Best supermarket rosé and orange wines

Looking for the best supermarket wine? Discover our favourite orange and rosé wines plus our recipe ideas for food pairings

Looking for the best supermarket rosé wine? Want to know which rosé or orange wine to buy? Read on for the best bottles, from a variety of price points, then check out our guide to the best rosé and best orange wines from independents.

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Best supermarket rosé under £8

Gold: Aldi Specially Selected New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc Blush, £6.49

Ripe and fruity but really refreshing, bursting with bright red berries, gooseberries and peaches. Excellent value for money.

Perfect pairing: Dressed crab


Silver: M&S La Dame en Rosé, £6.50

Lively and well balanced, think strawberries and cream with a pleasing herbaceous astringency.

Perfect pairing: Try our watermelon and feta salad recipe.


Best supermarket rosé £8 and over

Gold: M&S Côtes de Provence Sainte Victoire Rosé, £12

A classic pale Provençal rosé, aromatic with red fruits and peaches, and an elegant, fresh acidity.

Perfect pairing: Langoustines.


Silver: Asda Sancerre Rosé, £12

This charming rosé brought to mind just-picked strawberries still warm from the sun along with clementine zest and characteristic pinot noir earthiness.

Perfect pairing: Try our beetroot risotto recipe.


Bronze: Sainsbury’s Taste the Difference Côtes De Provence Rosé, £9.75

Delicate tropical fruits, raspberries and rose petals with stoniness.

Perfect pairing: Try our tuna, red onion and bean salad recipe.


Best supermarket orange wine

Gold: Waitrose Litmus Orange Bacchus, £15.99

Fragrant lychee and quince, with a woody, herbaceous backbone, this is an accessible, easy-going introduction to orange wine for those new to the category.

Perfect pairing: Try our butternut ravioli with brown butter and sage recipe.


Gold: M&S Tblvino Qvevris, £10

Made in traditional clay pots called qvevris, this has lovely notes of baked apples, almonds and some soft spice along with a savoury, tannic crunch on the finish.

Perfect pairing: Try our roast pork with caramelised apples and crackling recipe.

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