(2017) A blend of Cinsault, Grenache and Syrah, this CÃ´tes de Provence pink is certified organic and has a pale peachy-pink colour. On the nose it has delightful fragrance: small red berries like redcurrants and a touch of downy peach skins, with the mineral hint of sea breezes. In the mouth it is both concentrated and elegant, certainly plenty of sweet and ripe fruit to fill the mouth, but that clarity of the acidity, that saline hint, all giving lovely gastronomic appeal too, finishing bone dry with plenty of verve and tang.
(2016) From a magnum (which looks so impressive) this is sweetie, rose-hip and pomegranate scented stuff, dry but filled with sweet mid-palate flavour, and a long, tight, acid structure in the finish. Impressive. Note: price is for a magnum (150cl).
(2015) 13% abv. Gorgeous floral nose, real perfume here, though still cool and herby, but lots of character. The palate has masses of juiciness - it's a lovely balancing act, because the fruit is peachy and ripe, but it has been constrained and bound by the shimmering acid of the finish. Long and showing lovely length, finesse and balance.
(2015) 13% abv. Brangelina's latest is pretty as a picture, with delicate small berry fruits and a clarity that few can match - ultra cool, ultra sophisticated, with an elegant Chablis-like clarity. Long and lovely. Also available in magnums.
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