Lifted nose filled with red fruits such as strawberries, raspberries and red currant. The front of the palate combines strawberries with an attractive creamy texture that leads to a red currant driven back palate, finally finishing dry and crisp. Expect an outstanding level of fruit intensity combined with an impeccable balance of acid and sweetness.
Roubine has that million dollar, super light Provençal pink colour. This historical property was once owned by the Templar Knights until 1307. On offer here is a super fresh, elegant, barely-fruited, almost watery rosé made from syrah, grenache, vermentino and cabernet sauvignon. Do what the French do and serve it with tomatoes, or fish, or chicken, or alongside a charcuterie plate of cheese and meats.
Pale pink with a copper hue, this wine has the classic ‘eye of the partridge’ color. Citrus-driven aromas carry through to the palate. On entry, bright acidity and flavors of pink grapefruit and lemon zest enliven the orange creamsicle notes, while hints of dried apricot and sweet spice add complexity. The brightness verges on minerality, but there is so much weight that the richness balances out the firm acidity and carries the flavors of dried fruit through to the long-lasting finish.