Didier Desvignes Beaujolais Villages rosé 2014 follows on from the Morgan appellation area, giving this rosé subtle fruity and rounded flavours. This Beaujolais Villages rosé is a very pale salmon pink, is delicately light, with fresh subtle fruit flavours. I would say that this wine gives a Provence rosé a decent run for its money. Fabulous served with seafood and fish or just drink as an aperitif. The bottle alone, with its glass cork (handy as you don't need a corkscrew) is a good enough reason to buy this wine – a definite show stopper.