The price is almost ridiculous for the quality. This is a dark, plummy rosé, perhaps best served with beef because of its bold flavors, full-bodied, textured mouthfeel and slightly tannic finish. Next time you're thinking Beaujolais, try this instead.
This blend of Grenache and Syrah is spicy and bold on the nose, yet medium-bodied and surprisingly fresh on the palate. The flavors of plum and garrigue persist on the finish, picking up a touch of cracked pepper.
This deep-colored blend of Grenache and Syrah seems more like a light red than a true rosé. Cherry and crushed stone notes dominate, and there’s a welcome hint of texture on the palate that would work well with burgers or steak. Drink up.