This rosè made from grenache grapes is a rosè purists ideal. Pale pink, with slight apricot hues and with a crisp, clean line of acidity. It is great right there. But wait, there's more... with flavours of red apple, boysenberry and a hint of sherbert, it's a delicious wine. And after spending a few months on lees in old oak, with continual stirring of the barrels, it's developed a lovely weight and a touch of mid-palate texture to help round out the mouthfeel.
Wine wank aside, all these pieces add up to an alarmingly smashable rosè, that is amazing by itself, or a great match for vietnamese/thai food as well as a simple cheese plate. Lookout.