Mike Sharpe, 38, management consultant, Worcestershire The first thing that strikes you about this rosé is the colour. It is a deep, vibrant cerise ­ very warm and welcoming. The packaging is also quite stylish which I think will attract new consumers. However, such a first impression means that an equally impressive wine inside is required if anyone is going to go back to it. Fortunately, it does not disappoint. This is not the type of wine I usually go for and was the first Chilean rosé I had tasted. But I found it palatable and easy to drink and I would certainly buy it at £4.99 a bottle. I also think it's a wine you could serve at any time of year. With its distinctive berry flavours, it would go well with pasta on a cold winter evening, as well as a barbecue on a warm summer day (if we get any more!). Rating out of 25 ­ 18 {{DRINKS }}