There’s a blackcurrant, almost menthol/lavender fruitiness that jumps out of the glass and transports you to a flower-bedecked terrace on the Cote d'Azur where you're eating fistfuls of olives and mindlessly following the flight of a busy little bee.
White peach, pear drop, and white and tart red berry notes tingle the taste buds. Good body, but crisp, bright and quintessentially Provencal.
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“There are hundreds of new season rosés crowding the shelves right now and you would do well to avoid the bandwagon jumpers and stick to serious recommendations from those in the know! So here we are with Terre de Mistral, a wine with an uncommon depth of fruit and an accurate pomegranate and cherry stone theme. Silky smooth and with more weight on the palate this is not an airy-fairy aperitif but a consummate gastronomic treat.”Matthew Jukes, MoneyWeek