THE DRINKS BUSINESS "Château d'Esclans 2012… this rosé displays a gentle smokiness, fragrant fruit and a wonderfully refreshing finish."

One notch down from the Provencal producer’s top wine, the barrel-fermented Garrus, the Chateau d’Esclans rosé does without the overt new oak nuttiness of its £70 big brother. Instead, this rosé displays a gentle smokiness, fragrant fruit and a wonderfully refreshing finish. It retails for around £20 in the UK. view original article