« Aussi bon que n’importe quel rosé de Provence! »
- Producer: Famille Fabre
- Region: Pays d’Oc
- Country: France
- Grape variety: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot
- ABV: 12.5%
- Vintage: 2019
- Closure: Cork
- Soil type: Limestone marls from the Ensérune oppidum (a prehistoric fortified hilltop settlement between Béziers and Narbonne) and recent alluvial silts.
- Winemaking: Colour obtained by a bleeding the juice from the skins, before the juice is vinified in vats at low temperatures.
- Approx. price: €7.70 cellar price and £9 UK retail price
The fact that this is good as anything from Provence, and it’s organic, plus it sells for sub £10, makes this a real find for today’s pink wine quaffer. Bone dry with a touch of white peach and a zesty grapefruit kick on the finish, it has plenty of fruit and freshness.