A lovely, bold rosé, with juicy cherry notes…drink it with a host of dishes including the Grilled spiced chicken and Salad Niçoise.
Fiona Beckett’s gender-neutral wines.
Le Bijou de Sophie Valrose Rosé, Cabrières This really pretty blush-coloured wine looks so elegant side by side with this week’s dish. It’s got a lovely appley peachiness to it, and enough edge to work with the rich, savoury duck egg. Read more from Phillip Schofield here.
Le Bijou de Sophie Valrose Rosé, Cabrières Mogul Chicken with Kashmiri Chilli Raita – Bijou Rose Cabrieres Cuvee Sophie Valrose (S France); summer berries & a dry finish. Read more here.
Le Bijou de Sophie Valrose Rouge, Cabrières Bijou wines are made in the small Languedoc appellation of Cabrieres. The Bijou wines are specially selected cuvees from this hidden region, and show how exciting these hidden terroirs of the Languedoc still are. Read more here.
Bijou Rouge 2012 wins Silver at the International Wine Challenge Awards 2015.
Le Bijou de Sophie Valrose Rosé, Cabrières Go pink with this Southern France Cinsault-based wine. For the mums who like delicate, fruity and aromatic wines. Enjoy summer fruits on the nose, while the mouthfeel is packed with refreshing acidity and subtle notes of strawberry and raspberry fruit. Serve lightly chilled and drink on a spring…
Le Bijou de Sophie Valrose Rouge, Cabrières A rich, dusky, 14 per cent alcohol. Back pepper and garrlgue herb-scented, barbecue-loving red from a little-known Languedoc appellation. Mostly Syrah, but topped up with a good dollop of Grenache. Read more here.
Bijou Cuvée Sophie Valrose Rouge Cabrières A Syrah Grenache blend from the Languedoc in an unusual flute-shaped bottle. ‘Rather Delicious’ The rosé under the same label is also really good. Both would make good barbecue drinking. Read more here.