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  1. Les Combes Saint Sauveur, Plan de Dieu, Cotes du Rhone Villages,
    Country France
    Region Rhone Valley
    Grape Grenache, Mourvèdre , Shiraz
    S$31.00

    Les Combes Saint Sauveur, Plan de Dieu, Cotes du Rhone Villages, France

    Red intense ruby. Complex with spicy notes, dominant aromas of cocoa, kirsch cherries and ripe black fruits. Sharp and concentrated, the mouth is round and smooth with delicate flavours of black fruits and a spicy finish that brings freshness.

    Try with: sauced meats, red or white, roasted poultry, cheeses and particularly soft ones.
    Wine type: Red Wine
    Vintage: 2017
    Awards:
  2. Jas des Vignes Rosé, Alpes Haute Provence, France - 750ml
    Country France
    Region Provence
    Grape Grenache, Shiraz
    S$28.00

    Jas des Vignes Rosé, Alpes Haute Provence, France

    Superb salmon pink colour with an intense floral nose, with notes of strawberry and exotic fruits.
    The mouth reveals a sensation of freshness, and full-body and leads to a remarkably long finish.

    Pairing: Ham, Turkey, Grilled Salmon
    Wine type: Rosé Wine
    Vintage: 2019
    Awards: 91 points / Gold Medal - BTI
  3. Aimé Roquesante
    Country France
    Region Côtes de Provence
    Grape Grenache, Mourvèdre , Shiraz
    S$27.90

    Aimé Roquesante, Provence Rosé, France

    From Côtes de Provence, France's heartland of rosé wine. Aime Roquesante Cotes de Provence Rose offers pretty watermelon and white cherry notes, with a flicker of savory on the stone-tinged finish. Sharp acidity makes it feel lean and refreshing.

    An easy drinking wine, ideal for spring and summer entertaining.

    Pairings: It complements many food styles such as Mediterranean dishes, seafood, sushi, spicy Asian cuisine, cheeses, poultry, pork, assorted appetizers and even summer salads.
    Wine type: Rosé Wine
    Vintage: 2019
    Awards:

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