Light, peachy rose color that leads into a somewhat muted nose that shows a little berry and dried herbs. Much better on the palate, but surprisingly rounded, lush, fruity, and approachable. One can definitely tell that the majority varietal is Cinsault rather than the more tannic Grenache or Mourvedre. Finishes well, and without any hard edges. A super-quaffer for the summer time that we consumed with homemade Pizza and Insalata Caprese. Recommended and at the current retail a steal. Thanks Peter for recommending it.