Tavel is the only AOC in France dedicated to rose only, and this is just a stellar example. Tavel rose is typically a little fuller in body than the very palest of French rose, but they can offer greater complexity and pair well with even very challenging dishes. When I lived in Avignon in college, the very traditional French couple I lived with insisted Tavel was the only true rose. Evidently they were unimpressed with the bottle of pale Cotes-de-Provence I brought home that day.
The Segries has notes of pomegranate, red cherry, fennel, orange, and minerals. This is one of the best examples of Tavel that I ever remember tasting, and at $26 it's quite reasonable compared to its peers. Tavel typically runs $30-40 per bottle.
This is brilliant. The color alone is something to behold. Try with anything grilled, garlicky shrimp, or even Asian cuisine.
50% Grenache, 30% Cinsault, 10% Clairette, 10% Syrah. Serve cold.