(2018) Another typically pale and pretty Provence pink, a blend of Syrah, Grenach and Cinsault. Aromatically refined, with citrus and small red berries, there is really nice, dry fruit on the palate, and that fresh and appetising Provence length and saling touch in the finish. This is the kosher bottling of this wine, and the problem again is the price quoted by the only UK stockist I can find: a very good Provence rosé, but £30 seems way too much basically.
(2018) A classic Provence blend of Grenache, Syrah and Cinsault, the packaging is striking and appealing - especially in the glorious magnum size I tasted for this review. Note the £26.99 price quoted is for a magnum (150cl) in Majestic. As part of a mixed six, the price falls to £23.99. Also in bottle at £15.95 from Saxtys and others. It's a lovely pale salmon pink wine with floral and peach down and icing sugar aromas, as well as a cherry freshness. In the mouth lovely fruit and plenty of crisp acidity, both soft and fruity and fresh in the finish.