Sitting in that cosy little cove between an elegant rosé and a light-red.
Mostly, Cabernet Franc, the rosé grape of the Loire Valley. But who really cares... rosé is just delicious. Particularly on a sunny day. But this one is really up for any dinner or other occasion.
For me personally, rosé such as this, has a habit of becoming the beginning of a story. There is just never enough of it around once you get into it.
The story behind the Forks & Knives line of wines:
"The role that wine used to play in my country always pissed me off: not an essential part of almost any meal like elsewhere, but rather a binge drink afterwards / a treat for special occasions. For me & my family, wine is like food, something that should be on your table every day. Our bread and butter (literally).
This is the kind of wine I wanna make: affordable, everyday, friendly stuff. Not something for the upper class, not something you need to swirl your glass and head around, talking about viscosity or minerality for ages (no offence, but jeez do I hate this word). My wine is for drinking, not for flashing posh terms. And the Forks & Knives range is a perfect embodiment of this." - Milan Nestarec