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. Sautarel Rosé
    Le Sautarel Rosé, Vin de France 2018
    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
  2. Freedom Cross Cinsault/Cab, Coastal
    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. Mas de la Seranne Ombre du Figuier, Languedoc
    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
  4. 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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