This is a distinct rosandeacute; from the small island of Porquerolles, which sits just off the coast of southern France about halfway between Marseilleandnbsp;and St. Tropez. Itand#39;s made of equal parts Grenache, Cinsault, Mourvedre and Tibouren, the indigenous Provencalandnbsp;variety that gives the wines itand#39;s striking copperish hue. While the wine is noticeably elegant, it shows a power and complexity that really sets it apart. You can serve it on its own at the start of a meal, but itand#39;s most at home on the table next to shrimp dishes and lightly prepared fish and white meat. If you think rosandeacute; canand#39;t be a serious drink, youand#39;ll change your mind after sitting down with a bottle of this wine.andnbsp;
WARNING: DRINKING DISTILLED SPIRITS, BEER, COOLERS, WINE AND OTHER ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES MAY INCREASE CANCER RISK, AND, DURING PREGNANCY, CAN CAUSE BIRTH DEFECTS.