This wine review is of a rosé from Paul Mas, the 2020 vintage and the indication géographique protégée of the Pays d’Oc in the south of France. The rosé grape varieties are typical of this region: a duo of grenaches – grenache gris and noir, pinot gris, caladoc and cinsault. I haven’t come across caladoc either – a tiny bit more about it is here. An on trend salmon pink in colour, the wine in the glass has aromas of strawberry, spice and strawberry cream. The palate is dry (<2g/l of residual sugar), full bodied, unoaked, the acidity between medium and high (in an early picked style), the finish brisk and the overall impression balanced. Overall, this is a sound quality rosé that is made to enjoy now. Rating: Good. Website: Producer; Wine Searcher. Source: Sample. Reviewed: March 2021.