Our Rosé is a traditional blend of Grenache (46%), Mourvèdre (42%) and Cinsaut (12%). While Grenache provides plentiful juicy red berries, the salmon-pink hue and wild (sauvage) character remain the hallmarks of the Mourvèdre grape. Incorporating a subtle touch of Cinsaut adds a savory watermelon nuance. This is a balanced style of rosé that retains crisp acidity. It is a wine that begs to be chilled and enjoyed al fresco, keeping in mind that some folks credit France as the place where the word ‘picnic’ originated!
"I loved the 2016 Rose from this estate, and it’s based on 46% Grenache, 42% Mourvèdre and the rest Cinsault. Medium-bodied, juicy and lively, it offers terrific notes of orange blossom, spice and hints of strawberries. Drink it over the coming summer months; although, due to the high percentage of Mourvèdre, it should keep even through next year."