From the sun-drenched vineyards of Provence to the slopes of Surrey, the pink drink is better than ever...

1. Villa Maria Private Bin Rosé 2011


This rosé boasts aromas of fresh lime-blossom, strawberry and guava, while the palate is full of lovely richness and lively acidity.

2. Les Ruettes Sancerre Rosé 2010


Fresh with great flavour and texture, this is grown with modern techniques to retain maximum aroma and fresh fruit flavours.

3. Aix Rosé 2010/2011


A magnum of decent wine is a treat for a get-together and this won't disappoint. Vibrant and summery, it is the definitive Provence rosé. Good with canapés or seafood.

4. Rococo Rosé NV, Yarra Valley


This sparkling rosé from Australia has creamy, petal-like aromas and tastes soft and light, with beautifully ripe fruit flavours.

5. Las Falleras Rosé 2011


Vividly pink, this wine is made from the local bobal grape in the Utiel-Requena of Spain. The result is a dry wine that lends itself to a variety of dishes.

6. Château Pigoudet La Chapelle Rosé 2011


A super-light wine with aromas of red apples and ripe cherries. It's fantastically fresh thanks to the winemakers' southern position.

7. El Guia Rosado 2011 Utiel-Requena


Rich with grapefruit and sweet strawberry flavours, a rosé from Spain's east coast that is perfect for picnics and great value.

8. Denbies Chalk Ridge Rosé


This rosé from the commuter belt of Dorking scooped the gold medal in the International Wine Challenge. It is refreshing, elegant and full of English summer fruits.

9. Les Bastions Rosé, Saint Mont 2011


Full of strawberries, cherry and redcurrant flavours, this rosé has a pleasantly dry finish.

10. Domaine Ott, Côtes de Provence Rosé 2009


This is phenomenal. The grapes are stringently selected and delicately pressed. Enjoy with scallops, salmon or sweet and sour pork.