Bold and earthy, this single-vineyard Rosé is entirely made from one variety of wine grape, Mourvèdre. It is a dry, vibrant, and low-alcohol wine to be enjoyed with a broad range of foods—anything from a leisurely Provençal lunch to a fresh, Mediterranean-inspired dinner. When you chill this wine, you may notice a fine sediment of tartaric acid crystals. They are harmless, and you’ll find more information in the essay included with these Notes. The aroma of the 2019 Rose reminds me of strawberries, raspberries, and mown hay. The flavor profile follows suit, presenting raspberries, ripe strawberries, red plums, and a touch of baked crackers. Pour this Rosé alongside a starter of black-olive-sundried-tomato tapenade, followed by grilled salmon or smoked trout. Or maybe some rosemary-scented bread and a lush cheese platter?