|Aroma & Palate||Peach, grapefruit, mouthwatering acid|
|Style||Pink & peachy keen
Anything French that gets to share a virtual shelf with our precious Aussie grape juice must be something pretty special - like this, a Varois (va-WAH, roughly) Provencal Rosé from Chateau d'Esclans (uhs-KLON, something like that).
Peach and grapefruit, not just strawberries and cream, lovely tart acidity. The label's lovely too, I might get one for my mum.
Born in the Var region of Provence, made for a sophisticated rosé drinker and offered at the value level of quality Provence rosés Sacha Lichine has once again redefined the category. Named after its transparent, pink colour, The Pale by Sacha Lichine embodies all the characteristics of an authentic rosé from Provence.
ABV (%): 13.0