Where to enjoy a free, crisp Rosé in Sydney’s Spring Sunshine
Forget Spring… its well and truly rosé season!
Not only is rosé super refreshing in this delightful weather, you can't deny how Instagram-worthy the beautiful hue of millennial pink is – just check out the hashtag #rosé. With more varietals available than ever before, Citi Dining insights have found there is long term growth in rosé and its not just the ladies enjoying the pink drink - almost half of male regular wine drinkers in Australia enjoy rosé wine!
We’ve put together our top picks across Sydney where you can score yourself a free bottle of Chant Du Midi Rosé to enjoy with friends and family and get hashtagging #rosé (and #citibankdine of course)!
Rose Royale, Potts Point
We’re excited about this one – Rosé Royale is the world's first Rosé wine bar, with over 45 rosés to choose from! The food menu is also inspired by rosé and is designed to share, with the option to pick some of their little plates to match with specific Rosés or order their larger share plates to enjoy a bottle of free Chant Du Midi Rosé with your friends. End your night with a premium cheese plate or some cheeky Rosé desserts, and the signature Rosé Royale cake is not to be missed!
Graze MCA, The Rocks
A view to dine for GRAZE MCA is located on the ground floor of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA). Enjoying stunning, uninterrupted views across the Circular Quay to the Opera House Casual dining and the sharing of dishes is encouraged using fresh, seasonal Australian produce, cooked simply which goes down a treat with a glass of rosé!
Manly Pavilion, Manly
It doesn’t get much more Instagram worthy than this – a free bottle of Chant Du Midi Rosé while sitting on the well-known overwater site on the Manly Cove Esplanade! Manly Pavilion boasts breezy open spaces and a slick new dining space that serves modern Australian fare with excellent service.
The North Spoon, McMahons Point
Open 7 days a week, The North Spoon at McMahons Point is a charming rustic style cafe/restaurant offering superb contemporary breakfast and lunch. Indoor and garden seating outside with glimpse of the Harbour Bridge makes it a perfect venue to relax and enjoy a meal with your free bottle of Chant Du Midi Rosé.
Perfectly paired with rosé, Barzaari is a tribute to Eastern Mediterranean cuisine. It’s contemporary in style, while respecting the traditional flavours and hospitality of the region. Barzaari’s kitchen centres around the wood-fired oven and charcoal barbeque. We recommend opting for the outside dining when the sun is shining and trying the wood fired market fish on vine leaf with the mother in law salad.
Masala Theory, Surry Hills
Masala Theory thinks traditional Indian deserves a new twist. Think hip. Think fresh. Think creative yet casual. Because that’s what neo-Indian food is all about – and they believe the fun little dishes are truly the best food India has to offer! A little hot tip – many Indian dishes pair perfectly with rosé… who would have thought!