Simply Cinsault Rose

$ 11.99

In its native Rhone River Valley, Cinsault is relegated to supporting player, usually in red blends like Cotes du Rhone Rouge or Chateauneuf du Pape.  Today in South Africa is it most often used to make fantastic Rosés that often sell for a song and here is a perfect example.  Pale shallot skin in hue, with a nose of fresh cranberries and mountain fynbos. There's then a super bright palate of cranberries again, pink grapefruit and mandarin.