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The Palm by Whispering Angel 2018
The younger sibling of the world-famous Whispering Angel rosé, this delicate Provence pink is a carefully composed blend of Grenache, Cinsault and Syrah grapes from top vineyards in the Côteaux d’Aix-en-Provence. The enchanting ballet-slipper hue is complemented by an intoxicating fragrance of crushed strawberries, white peaches and dried rose petals. Take a sip and you’ll immediately feel refreshed by the crisp acidity and vibrant red cherry, raspberry and redcurrant flavours.
Light, lively and elegant, The Palm is an excellent choice to serve alongside a relaxed al fresco lunch of nicoise salad or grilled salmon. Thanks to its fun-loving, extremely drinkable personality, it’s also perfect for sipping on its own by the pool while you work on your tan or just enjoy some well-deserved downtime.
The winery behind the hugely-successful Whispering Angel brand, Château d’Esclans, has 44 hectares of vineys located some 25 kilometres away from the Mediterranean sea and the ancient Roman town of Frejus. The pride of the chateau are its old Grenache vines which help to produce wines with plenty of character and concentrated flavours. In 2006 the estate was purchased by its current owner, Sacha Lichine, who is widely credited with transforming Provence rosé into a chic, glamorous wine inspired by the stylish local resorts of St Tropez and Cannes.