Light brick red in the glass, transparent. Nose is of halls cough drops, herbs, and strawberries. On the palate, seems to be on the later stages of life. Fruit is almost gone. What is left is some light structure. Based on the other reviews, it's not clear if my bottle was just not handled well or is just too old to be truly enjoyable.
This was a stunning dry rose from my perspective. The nose was a diverse array of fruit: tropical, strawberry, cherry, watermelon, and even some darker berries came out with some aeration. The finish was incredibly long and enjoyable. Even the mouth feel was spot-on with some light tannins to lend a little structure to the wine. I'm not a big rose drinker, but this one blew me away on every level.
Nose of a bland Thanksgiving: cranberry sauce and salty turkey stuffing somewhere further away, along with typical rosé strawberry, with a sparkling water texture on the tongue attack. A decent soldier: versatile with food; dry; worst flaw is a tiny bit of heat and nail polish, but not a whole lot going on here. Jane liked it.