We’re crushing on Southern France this year with this classic trio of white, rosé, and red. The crisp white Picpoul is known as a perfect cocktail wine, the rosé as smooth as silk, and the red blend is round and rich with Syrah. Perfect for any of your Francophile friends.
Les Équilibristes, Pic Poul - Picpoul is a very old Southern French grape variety, popular for its energetic and sometimes nervy character. Popular along the Riviera, its bright, citrusy notes make it a perfect cocktail wine.
Domaine Les Mesclances, Charmes Rosé - This classically pale Provencal rosé is one of the smoothest we’ve tried. Baked strawberry, freshly picked Provencal herbs, and lightly brewed tea.
Bastide du Claux, Rhône Blend - This region is just southeast of the Rhône, slightly cooler and very dry. Made by Sylvain Morey, the son of a famous Burgundy winemaker, this wine has both the finesse of Burgundy and the strength of the Rhône.