Really evolving nicely but who ages rosé? Well, everybody probably should. The stone fruit is now embraced with more earthy and herbs. Very dry, no sugary sweet stuff here. World class rosé for the Francophile in all of us.
Wines At Our Table; Week of March 15, 2015; 3/9/2015-3/16/2015: Consistent with prior reviews - Pale salmon color with appealing red fruit, wet stone, and citrus peel aromas with a hint of earthiness. On the palate it's dry, and fresh and medium-bodied with mouth filling strawberry, watermelon, hints of red currant, subtle spice, and citrus flavors and a nice touch of minerality. Lingering finish.
Very faint salmon color in glass, gives up very little aroma. Much more flavorful and body than color and aroma would suggest. Tart strawberries and with a hint of mourvedre’s earthiness and acidic minerality throughout.
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