This dry rosé has a spicy warmth to the fruit, lifted by refreshing acidity and a peachy edge. Notes of strawberry predominate, with background notes of white pepper.
Aromas of fresh apples, lemon curd and toasted citrus fruits atop a palate of fresh and crisp green-apple acidity, buttery and peachy fruit and a long, warming finish. Try with Salmon.
A claret pumping with ripe aromas of plum and blackcurrant. A scattering of regal spices drifts over melted tannins. Its bouquet suggests a much loftier sum.
Brimming with perfumed aromas of peach, pear and citrus all balanced by a salty minerality, it's a Condrieu double at the snip of the price.
The classically citrus-led nose also offers notes of marzipan and acacia flowers. Initially straightforward and nicely rounded on the palate, with an almondy complexity on the finish.