Chores and Tunes with My Favourite RosésDad
A Few of My Favourite Rosés.
How can we enjoy doing daily chores during a lockdown?
Or even when you’re allowed to go out, but don’t want to “people” today?
Is there a way to actually ‘like’ washing dishes, vacuum-clean and iron?
Yes. It’s called rosé.
Add some feel-good music you are in the mood for. Usually, big-band and swing music does the job for me. The iron steams on, “psssshhh-pssssshhhh”, the dishwasher packs itself, and the vacuum cleaner runs on its own. Soon enough the mundane turns into a bit of fun.
Thanks, rosé! Thanks, music!
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Top Accessible Rosés
Noble Fellows Princess Petunia Pinot Rosé
“Clean up this pigsty!” Ordered the pig princess.
Marlborough Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris combine to give us a sunny disposition with an abundance of strawberries, cranberries, cherryberries and berryberries. It finishes with a slight pucker and a yearning for more.
Cupio Pinot Noir Dry Rosé
A pretty looking bottle (packaging does make a difference!). That’s why I grabbed it… and then some more.
This Riverland rosé has raspberries, strawberries and citrus notes on the nose. Also some floral tones and a bit of minerality on the palate. It’s crisp and well balanced with a creamy finish. You’ll fill your glass with this morish rosé again and again without even noticing. So, be careful!
Tread Softly Rosé
Sheer elegance, provincial pale (fancy soft, light pink). 90’s Celine Dion-esque. Rose petals, red berries and cream with crisp acidity. It truly is a beautiful rosé, perfect for brunch and then the rest of the day.
From the vineyards on the borders of Victoria and South Australia, Tread Softly cares about sustainable vineyard management and wine-making techniques to ensure their production has a minimal impact on the environment.
Please, do share in the comments section below what your favourite rosé is when you’re at home busy winning at life.