Rather like the Pineau d'Aunis, we turned up a bottle of Gérard Gauby's 1999 Muntada (Carignan, Grenache and Syrah), Côtes du Roussillon Villages. Very ripe powerful black fruits and slightly Porty – the later vintages of Muntada have more finesse, although does have complexity and is a fine bottle. Whether I would want to pay 70€, which is the price for the current vintage, is another matter. I assume that Gérard didn't really have takeaway pizza in mind when he made the 1999 but they did work reasonably well. It may not have been a marriage but it wasn't a divorce either.
The close up of the Clos Roche Blanche Pineau d'Aunis demonstrates how sharp the macro is on the new generation of Canon compacts, especially in comparison to some of their earlier compacts where it was often very difficult to get the camera to focus when close up.