Sacha Lichine Single Blend Rosé 2017

South West France

75cl bottle: £11.95

Case of 12 75cl bottles: £143.40


This sensational wine hails from the south of France and is made from Grenache and Cinsault. Crafted with the same extraordinary attention to detail as the rest of the range, under the watchful eye of Patrick Léon (formerly head wine maker at Mouton-Rothschild), it is very keenly priced and completely delicious. Crisp, dry and deeply refreshing, this is the perfect everyday, quality drinking Rosé.


Our Tasting Notes

Single Blend has a bright, blush color with an elegant nose. It is both full and balanced and has a fresh finish. This wine is dry. The pressing is direct and made carefully while aged with bâtonnage.

Wine Data

Grape variety: Cinsault, Grenache
Appellation: N/A
Alcohol: 12%


A great selection of grapes from the Hérault region, between Pézenas and Bézier, made with a traditional wine making approach and offering a bold and luscious new world style.


"Utterly charming. Made from a blend of Cinsault and Grenache, it’s a lovely pale salmon pink and full of wonderfully fresh wild strawberry fruit. It’s fruity yet dry, with a surprisingly firm backbone and a luscious edge too....vibrantly refreshing, ideal for impromptu picnics or drinks on the lawn." - Jonathan Ray, The Spectator