Most rose is made as a bit of an afterthought, or as a by-product of the estate's red wine. Not so in Bandol, the coastal region west of St. Tropez that has become renowned for their roses just as much as their long-aging reds. A pale, orange-salmon, this is the quintessential riviera wine: refreshing enough for daytime quaffing, yet deep enough to stand up at the table. Aromas of peach blossom, nectarine, grapefruit rind & herbs de Provence hint at flavors of wild strawberry, watermelon, citrus and white pepper. Pair with tuna carpaccio and roast zucchini, and drink outdoors!