Not decanted, consumed over ~2 hours. Dry, with floral notes and hints of watermelon on the nose. The medium-bodied palate matches up, and brings a nice pithy blood orange tartness to the mix. For my palate, this might have lost a step since our last bottle a few months ago, but it's still quite a nice rosé for a warm summer evening.
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.
Professional reviews have copyrights and you can view them here for your personal use only as private content. To view pro reviews you must either subscribe to a pre-integrated publication or manually enter reviews below. Learn more.