Chateau Signac Cuvee Or Rosé
This delicious drop from the Southern Rhône has everything you’d find in a classic Provence rosé - except the price. The mouthfeel is gorgeously creamy, with bright red berries, sweet spice and Provençal herbs all melding together softly. It’s neither overtly fruity, or aggressively savoury, and instead wins hearts with charming perfume and easy drinking nature. The winery recommend pairing with fish or sea urchins. I think you could match it with pretty much any classic Singaporean dish too, from spicy to savoury and everything in between. It’s uber versatile and disconcertingly easy to finish the bottle.