Soho House, a London membership club, is hoping to capitalize on the growing global trend for rosé wines and has launched a butterfly-printed Provence rosé designed by British artist Damien Hirst.
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This rosé, named Lady A, is a blend of Grenache and Cinsault, produced at Château La Coste in the north of Aix-en-Provence.
Owned by Irish property tycoon and renowned art collector Patrick McKillen, this 124-hectare, biodynamically farmed winery showcases works by Louise Bourgeois, Andy Goldsworthy, Richarseira and Ai Weiwei.
According to Vincent Gasnier, head sommelier at Soho House, this delicate and elegant rosé is fresh on the palate with notes of pink grapefruit, peach and raspberry, and a long, fresh finish.
Nick Jones, founder of Soho House, made the wine to celebrate the 40th birthday of Markus Anderson, the group"s global membership director.
Lady A rosé is currently available in Soho House's hotels, restaurants and bars and can also be purchased through online drinks specialist 31Dover for £14.95 per bottle.