Marius Peyol Côtes de Provence Rosé doesn’t have that garrigue sense, and it’s no bad thing, because in a fresh juicy rosé we’d probably prefer freshness and fruit in its simplicity rather than with too much complexity. In the best rosé wines you do get depth and complexity, but here, and in many others, ease of style and an ability to accompany the sunshine is the feature that is most importantly held high, and for that, we’re very grateful.
Grape(s): Syrah, Grenache, Cinsault
Style: Medium-Light, Fresh, Elegant, Bright
Best food matches: Seafood, Salads, Aperitif
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