Take a sip of this delightful Provençal rosé with its beguiling floral aromas and delicate berry fruit. In an instant, you’ll be transported to France’s beautiful, unspoiled Provence. Charming and fresh, this pink is a taste of summer all year round!
"Hot summer evening favourite. Refreshing on the patio, putting the world to rights"
Online Review For the 2016 vintage
Provence’s rosés have long been popular with the many tourists who flock to the region every year. Yet they offer much more than a holiday tipple. They can have real elegance and complex fruit, too. Perhaps that shouldn’t be surprising as Provence has an ideal climate for this refreshing style, with twice as much sunshine as London – yet relatively moderate temperatures even in the height of summer. This delightful pink is from the Bréban family’s small domaine in the Côte d’Azur. Their vineyards are surrounded by wooded hillsides and have a south facing aspect with excellent, well drained soils to help fruit concentration. Rounded with savoury, subtle fruitiness, it’s spot on with poached salmon, salt and pepper squid or a spicy stir-fry.
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