Domaine Zafeirakis limniona rose is a minerally Greek rose from a little grown grape which is also an ancient variety (you may also see it called limnio).
The color is somewhere between salmon and peach, that reddish part of the peach. There is something "stone-fruity" about this as well as a slightly bitter finish which separates it from many roses. It is more minerally and has some "vegetal" tastes going on; these become more apparent as the wine warms.
When I first sipped this it was extremely cold). If you are looking for a Provence rose this isn't what you are looking for but if you are looking for something with a little more complexity, given it still costs about $12? You may like this one. It has more of a cranberry taste than the candy apple/strawberry you find in the Provence roses. But you can certainly sense some of that strawberry flavor in this wine.
Limniona is a varietal that was apparently grown widely in Greece before phylloxera wiped out grapes on the mainland (again no solid confirmation of this). Regardless, the grape's origins are in the Greek Islands, specifically the island of Lemnos. The grape may also be an ancient variety mentioned by various writers of antiquity. There is heft to these writings because there are multiple sources and all of them mention the same island. So, when you drink this wine you may well be drinking something akin to what Aristotle tasted. Back in those days red wines may well have been closer to roses.