'Mas de Gourgonnier, made primarily of grenache but with small amounts of cabernet sauvignon, cinsault, syrah and mourvèdre, was the easiest-going, tasting of wildflowers, red berries and citrus. It could have been the proverbial swimming-pool wine: light, lively and fresh.' - Eric Asimov, New York Times
Unlike most Provence rosés, Gourgonnier’s is presented in a green bottle rather than a clear one. A blend of Grenache, Syrah, Carignan, Cinsault, Mourvèdre and Cabernet Sauvignon, this wine quickly became a definition of everything we look for in a rosé; dry, full-bodied and fresh. In addition to making a perfect summer drink, it goes particularly well with grilled meats, gamier poultry (it would be perfect with guineafowl) and rich fish, such as salmon.