Celia and I started dinner with Guillaume’s 2007 Prieuré de Montézargues ($17.95) with our mezze at Bodrum, our favorite Turkish restaurant in the City. Even the fire from the hummus with harissa interacted nicely with the Tavel. The pairings were seamless. It’s been so long since I’ve had a Tavel, and the rediscovery was a true joy. Tavel has a bigger structure and more intense flavors than a pale onion-skin rosé from Provence. This deep cranberry-toned wine actually belongs in the rare category of rosés that can age a few years. Like his father’s wine, Guillaume’s 2007 also comes from 40-year-old vines. The blend is 55% Grenache Noir, 30% Cinsault, 13% Clairette and 2% mix of Syrah, Mourvèdre, Carignan and Bourboulenc. I enjoyed the deep red cherry and ripe strawberry flavors of the wine, especially with our varied mezze dishes.