A Provençal classic from the home of France’s finest quality rosés. Saint Tropez has been famous for the style since the 19th century, yet only one cellar may proudly bear the glitterati town’s name on its label. Characterful, elegant and stylish.
"Strawberries and cream. Lovely creamy taste with a hint of strawberries. Great party wine!"
Online Review For the 2017 vintage
Jancis Robinson MW, like many top experts, believes “the quintessential rosé comes from the South of France”. And, despite coming from ‘the playground of the rich and famous’, this exceptional rosé has to be one of the very best value examples of all. As you’d expect from this star studded part of France, this irresistible rosé is supremely elegant with lovely raspberry fruit, yet with a subtle savoury edge and brisk minerality to keep the wine nicely edgy. It’s pure Grenache, the top rosé grape there, carefully cool fermented, to capture all the fruit and freshness in bottle. Serve with ocean fresh favourites such as crab or lobster, pan seared tuna or grilled king prawns. It’s also great with white meats or creamy vegetarian dishes.
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