Olive groves ('Oliviers' in French) and vineyards flourish side-by-side in the sun-drenched Mediterranean summers of southern France, where the Grenache and Cinsault grape varieties have been made into rosé wine for over 2,000 years. The two varieties meld together to make a rosé which is at once exuberantly fresh and tangy yet soft and smooth, laced with a gentle spice and brimming with the natural richness of ripe fruit.
Pale salmon pink in the glass with delicate aromas of meadow flowers. Textured, with tangy berry flavours that meld with the satisfying spicy notes from Cinsault.
Best served chilled, this rosé is ideal for lunchtime with Mediterranean cuisine.