Saint-Tropez (saint tro-pay) on France’s south coast (aka the French Riviera) is home to the rich and famous, surrounded with mega mansions, a parking lot for super yachts and a summer holiday spot for those that have more cash than they know what to do with.
Luckily, if you look in the right places, you can still quaff their Rosé at everyday prices. Caprice Rosé is made by the Maitres Vignerons de la Presqu’île de Saint-Tropez – a winemaking group based in Saint-Tropez.
They used grapes from around the region to produce this gorgeous little drop that’s the classic pale pink in colour but packing a heap of fresh, light, juicy summer fruit flavours and a dry finish. Even a Saint-Tropez blonde bombshell could figure out that for a snip under twenty bucks this is a bargain.