91 POINTS: James Suckling
Roc d'Aubaga is a whole cluster co-fermentation of Grenache Noir, Grenache Gris, and Grenache Blanc, with aromas of red currant, wild rose, and hibiscus, flowing onto the subtle yet exuberant palate of wild cherry and creamy berries, with watermelon pith, cherry pits, rose hips, tea leaf, chiseled minerality, fresh acid, and lots of length. Technically a claret (blend of red and white grapes) Roc d'Aubaga is a beautiful all-season Rosé, shining with richer duck dishes as well as grilled shrimp and spring vegetables.
"This shows dried grass, watermelon, melon and hints of slate. Full-bodied with a juicy texture and a fresh and soft watermelon finish. A quiet, unconventional and delicious Rosé. Drink now."
- James Suckling