Cinsault

Also spelt ‘Cinsaut’, this red grape originated in the Languedoc where it makes popular rosés. It copes with the heat but can be delicate, and disease-prone, which can curtail its popularity somewhat! Fruity and aromatic, it tends to be used as a blend component, except in Lebanon where it is important and prized. Its other claim to fame is being a parent of Pinotage, crossed with Pinot Noir.

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  1. Sadie Family Pofadder Red, Swartland
    Sadie Family Old Vine Series Pofadder Red, Swartland 2018 (Shrewsbury Oddment)
    Cinsault South Africa
    Picked early to keep the wonderfully attractive bright red fruit character of this variety,...
    £34.00 per bottle
  2. Freedom Cross Cinsault/Cab
    Freedom Cross Cinsault/Cabernet, Western Cape 2018
    Cinsault 13.5% Vol
    South Africa > Western Cape
    Making the most of the Cape's wonderful growing conditions, two French grape varieties are used in...
    £7.90 per bottle
  3. Sautarel Rosé
    Le Sautarel Rosé, Vin de France 2019
    Cinsault 12.0% Vol
    South of France > Vin de France
    A charming strawberry scented Rosé with freshness and delicacy. Light easy drink from the...
    £7.70 per bottle
  4. Mas de la Seranne Ombre du Figuier
    Mas de la Seranne, A L'Ombre du Figuier, Coteaux du Languedoc 2018
    Cinsault 13.0% Vol
    South of France > Languedoc-Roussillon
    Named after the chain of hills seen from the vineyard in the Coteaux d'Aniane, Jean-Pierre...
    £12.30 per bottle
  5. Le Colombier
    Massaya 'Le Colombier', Bekaa Valley 2018
    Cinsault 14.5% Vol
    SE Europe & Asia > Lebanon
    Spicy notes with ripe, meaty, blackberry and red fruits, and a touch of chocolate. This supple,...
    £14.80 per bottle

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