A rosé simply begging for summertime lunches, shrimp cocktail and the like. Grenache, Cinsault and the rare Tibouren grape (an indigenous variety said to bring aromas of garrigue, the herby scrub of southern France). A little Syrah, cause why not. The grapes are sourced from organically managed chalky/clay parcels in the heart of the Côtes de Provence, around the picture-perfect commune of Puget-Ville. Jean-Christophe Audéoud looks after the winemaking, utilising the traditional direct-press method, followed by maturation in both concrete and stainless steel. Clean as a whistle, yummy as a plate full of summer berries.