Fantastic rosé and a great value! But it tasted like a much more expensive Sancerre Pinot Noir rosé than a rosé from Provence -- which is strange given that this wine is a blend of Provencal varietals (Cinsault, Grenache, Syrah, and Cabernet) and has no Pinot Noir in it. But that's fine by me, since Sancerre rosés are my favorites.
Gorgeous, delicate light coppery color. Fresh, high-toned nose of flowers, strawberry, and chalky minerals. Beautiful, light-textured dry strawberry/cherry juice fruit in the mouth. Medium-light body and excellent, crisp acids. A little minerality in the clean finish completes it. If I were served this blind, there is no way I would have placed it as a Provencal rosé. This screams Sancerre. A. Was $11 and change at Spec's on Weslayan and Bissonnet.