Gueissard Le Petit G Rose
“A juicy sort of tangerine tang along with redcurrant and dried herb, though it also has some flesh and softness, fine powdery grip and a slightly rugged finish. Nice wine. Better again with a few more months in bottle.” 90 points, Gary Walsh, Winefront
The buzz at Gueissard is familiar as with any ‘young gun’ operation – a streak of mischief and humour underpins serious talent and skill. Clément worked at Domaine Tempier before the duo gained overseas winemaking experience, prior to setting up their own estate. An interesting counterpoint to the Old Guard producers of Bandol, pricing for provenance here is highly attractive, and this remains a producer to watch.