Gamay rosé from Beaujolais reporting for duty here. Made from 50-year-old vines in a biodynamically farmed vineyard in Fleurie, aged for three months in barrel and a year in steel. Like biting into the white part of a strawberry, there’s tartness and freshness up front, followed by a deeper current of red berry flavour. It sorta skips and squirts across the palate leaving subtle hints of peppery spice and vanilla behind. Think classic dry Provençal rosé, but more interesting – the kind of thing you’d bring to lunch with your mum if you wanted to gently nudge her out of her comfort zone.