In a nutshell:
A superb crisp and dry rosé from the warm Languedoc in the south of France
Sweetly fruited Grenache and tangy Cinsault are traditional Languedoc grape varieties and their combination here makes for a classic rosé de presse. It has a very appealing pale colour while, on the tongue it's luscious and textural with tangy red berry flavours blending well a touch of spice from the Cinsault before it signs off with dry, fresh finish.
When to drink:
Works perfectly well by itself but also a good rosé to drink with food. Go with things like pasta, barbecued and grilled chicken.