Bunan’s 2021 “Moulin des Costes” Rosé consists of 70% Mourvédre, 20% Grenache, and 10% Cinsault, all fermented in stainless steel to preserve freshness. Served at 45-50 degrees in all-purpose stems, it pours a shimmering salmon pink. The nose leaps out of the glass with fresh white strawberry, grapefruit, melon skin, hibiscus, lilacs, sage, rosemary, and seaspray. There’s density and weight to the medium-bodied palate, making it simultaneously fleshy and fresh, and it sings with acidity. The finish is savory, long, and immensely refreshing. The sun-drenched fruit and seaborne tension make it beautifully layered and complex now, with the capacity to unfurl for another three years. Stock up for the summer and years to come, and revel in the profundity that is proper pink wine!