Their 2018 La Rose features 50% Grenache grapes, 35% Cinsault, 10% Syrah and 5% Tibouren. The latter grape is reportedly often used in rosés of the Provence region, but I've never run across it. The grapes were macerated for a scant three hours to give the wine its soft pink hue. Alcohol reports in at 13% abv and the wine retails for $24. A sample was provided to me by distributor Quintessential Wines.
This Provençal rosé has herbal and floral notes on the nose, with fennel-laced strawberries and cherries. The palate is gorgeous, with the red fruit abetted by a savory salinity. The acidity is somewhat tame, but the flavor and finish are a real treat.