(2020) A certified organic Provence rosé for less than £7.00 is an intriguing prospect, but I confess this wasn't one of my favourites from this small selection. A moderately pale colour, the nose offers small red berries and a faint touch of the lavender or thyme that one one hopes for, but the palate was much sweeter than would be typical, and that threw the wine's slight sense of dilution into sharp relief. I don't know how much residual sugar this has, but though quaffable enough it didn't push the bone-dry Provençal buttons that I personally look for.
(2016) Pale and peachy-pink, this blend of Grenache and Syrah has some small, dry, red berry fruitiness but is fairly muted aromatically, perhaps a hint of watermelon. On the palate it's dry, fresh, with a herby dry edge to the fruit, but it doesn't quite have the charm of the best from the Côtes de Provence.
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