(2013) 14.0%, Cork. From the 2011 vintage, 60% Grenache is joined by 30% Cinsault, 7% Syrah and 3% Mourvèdre. Medium-deep in colour and showing a little more peachy softness in hue, the vinous nose has a touch of rhubarb, cherry and redcurrant fruit and a dry, vinous appeal. There's something a little briary on the palate, and that higher alcohol adds a little more robust heat, in a rosé that is very much a food wine I think - roast poultry being perhaps a good match.