“A clever and fresh take on a traditional genre deserves the same in a wine. Snap open a can of white raspberry noted Amble + Chase rosé: 40% grenache, 30% syrah, and 30% cinsault from sustainable growers in Provence.”
“This has the herbal, black-currant savor of mourvèdre (50 percent of the blend), with a gentian-root spice. The balance is equal parts cinsault and grenache, which add a gentle plumpness and complexity.”
"Pretty all over. From the sleek packaging to the pale pink hue, this canned wine nails Provencal rosé in a wholly portable way. An interesting blend of 40% Grenache, 30% Syrah, and 30% Cinsault results in a super fresh picnic wine with loads of bright early season berry and white flower aromatics. The palate is lean and lively with grapefruit and a kiss of fresh mint at the finish. Ample fresh fruit and a thoughtful touch of minerality, this is a sure winner this summer. Besides, it’s from Provence, they invented rosé, you can’t go wrong with this wine for picnics, concerts, or bbqs. Comes in 250ml cans."
“Packed with fruitiness, this wine is textured with some minerality as well as given a crisp edge by the citrus acidity. The caramel flavor, red-fruit ripeness and tang at the end give a ready-to-drink wine.”
“Produced from organically grown grapes, this wine has a streamlined sense of purity on the palate. Its intense acidity with red-currant fruitiness and its mineral texture add an extra bite, making it a great wine with food.” (Editors' Choice)
“La Londe is a subappellation of the Côtes de Provence, with vines on schist soil close to the coast. This ripe wine, from organic grapes, is strongly mineral in texture and has a good balance of acidity and rich red fruits. The aftertaste is tangy and intense.”