Louis Jadot Rosé 2019
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Floral and fruity, fresh red currant and raspberry fruit character. Serve chilled as an aperitif or with salads, pasta dishes, grilled fish, and cold meats.
Limpid orange. Red berries, tangerine and subtle herb and floral accents on the fragrant nose and palate. Silky in texture and nicely concentrated, offering lingering strawberry and honeysuckle notes on the clinging finish.
Domaine Houchart Côtes de Provence Rosé 2019This lively, crisp wine gives both intense acidity and great fruitiness. It's bright, with a line of fresh red currant flavors that are delicious and drinkable right now. Vine Age: 21 years Top 100 Best Buy Wines for 2019 & 2018!
L'Ostal Cazes Rosé 2019Very pale, clear and delicate pink in hue. The highly complex and delicate nose offers a subtle combination of rose petals and pomegranate. On the palate, the attack is supple, light and fresh. The finish offers a pleasant touch of freshness with fruity aromas and pomegranate notes. Pairs well with caprese salad, ceviche, fish tacos, or grilled vegetables.
Chateau d'Esclans Whispering Angel 2019Fresh red berry fruit characteristics with floral nose. Ripe and fleshy feel on the palate. Dry (zero sugar). Great concentration. Smooth and round finish. No astringent aftertaste or bite. Extremely easy drinking. No matter what style of wine you drink, everyone finds something in Whispering Angel that they enjoy and can identify with (from beginner to wine experts).
Ottella Roses Roses 2019COLOUR • Light pink, onion-like skin. NOSE • Enveloping with hints of white peach, a pleasurable development and good mineral sensations. PALATE • A wine of remarkable fineness and character. Supported by a fine acidity. The taste buds find satisfaction in the continuity and balance. FOOD • Freshwater and marine fish, white meats, light, summer dishes in general. Also excellent as an aperitif.
Villa Wolf Pinot Noir Rosé 2018The Pfalz (aka ‘Palatinate’) region is in the Rhine river valley in southwest Germany, directly north of France’s Alsace region. The low-lying Haardt mountains protect the area from cold, wet Atlantic weather, making it one of the warmer and drier areas of Germany. Wine grapes do quite well here where it is possible to achieve full ripeness in every vintage. The predominant soil type in this area is well-drained, weathered sandstone. It produces wines with a fruit-driven purity and a stony structure. The Villa Wolf Pinot Noir Rosé is made with fruit from vineyards farmed expressly for the purpose of producing a rosé. Only perfectly ripe , healthy grapes are selected. Upon harvest the fruit is given a brief maceration (four to six hours) to extract a lovely salmon color from the Pinot Noir grapes. The resulting wine is light and refreshing, with deliciously bright fruit flavors and a clean, zippy finish.
Henri Bourgeois Petit Bourgeois Rosé de Pinot Noir 2019This Loire Valley Pinot Noir takes advantage of 10th generation of winemaking experience of our family. The very well ripe grapes issued from slopes along the Loire river give to this wine a real bouquet of delicate red berries. Great companion of summer food such as grill meats, salads or brochettes, it also goes marvellously with your cocktail dinners and exotics meals like seafood tempuras or Vietnamese spring rolls. Grilled lemon chicken and poached salmon would also do a great match.
Wölffer Summer in a Bottle Rosé 2019Bright, pale copper in color. Beautiful fine floral nose with fresh cantaloupe and pear aromas. The mouth-feel is vibrant yet graceful, striking a perfect balance between fresh fruit, fine tannins, minerality and acidity. The wine is savory and boasts a long finish with creamy yeast and nice classic chalk notes. It is the perfect summer wine. Serve chilled. It will shine alongside hors d'oeuvres such as smoked salmon, lobster, shrimp, carpaccio and soft cheeses. It can also complement main-course fish and pork dishes, and at Thanksgiving, it is perfect with turkey.
Commanderie de Peyrassol Cotes de Provence Rose 2019Cinsault, Syrah and Grenache make a balanced trio full of fruity flavours, nicely sharpened with a touch of Mourvèdre. Vinification and aging Harvested separately during the night when temperatures are coolest, the grapes are then de-stemmed and pressed. After fermentation they are aged in stainless steel vats. Tasting Its rosy appearance is soft as a dream, and an expressive, gourmet nose lends charm to this blend dominated by wild berries: gooseberry and raspberry reveal themselves in a crisp, silky palate enhanced with an elegant touch of minerality. Ideal as an aperitif, to accompany tapas, but also goes well with all varieties of grilled fish, beef or fish tartar and fresh berry desserts.
Château-Val-d'Arenc Bandol Rosé 2016Rosé from Domaine de Val d'Arenc is produced by direct pressing of black grapes . The harvest has previously undergone short maceration at low temperature to exhale all its fruity bouquet and retain freshness and elegance. The savor and keep the custom is to enjoy a rosy year. Of course the Domaine de Val d'Arenc lends itself perfectly. He then reveals its freshness and vivacity. Her dress is adorned with a translucent and shiny salmon. Its elegant aromas are those of summer fruits (peach, cherry) and sweet spices. In his mouth clean attack is highlighted by a nice freshness. Peach aromas and apricot exhale. Bandol rosé is probably the best rosé of France. He deserves to age to thrive and make you reach new horizons inside. By opening a Val Domaine Arenc rosé aged one to three years are discovered floral aromas of rose and peony accompanied by strawberry notes . This wine is ideal with exotic cuisine, in particular African-not just for the nod to the origins of the family ... but because the spices do not scare him and he appreciates weddings sucrés- salty. Try it also with Provencal dishes like bouillabaisse, bouillabaisse or a wolf braised fennel. Or with tapas and finger food during an aperitif or a picnic. Grenache 40% Cinsault 40% Mourvèdre 20% (pic for display purposes only, see description for correct vintage)
Domaine de Terrebrune Bandol Rosé 2017Pale salmon-flesh color; delicate aroma zest of red grapefruit and lemon; exotic, spicy character. Great plenitude of flavors including passion fruit, and a beautiful minerally freshness which comes from the limestone soil.
Chateau Mourgues du Gres Costières de Nimes Les Galets Rose 201950% Syrah, 40% Grenache, 10% Mourvèdre. From vineyards blanketed in galets, the smooth round stones of Châteauneuf-du-Pape fame, comes a vivacious, garnet-colored rosé with bright red fruit notes. Galets Rosé gets a few hours maceration, 8 hours for Grenache and 2 for Syrah giving the wine a darker color than the Fleur d'Eglantine cuvee and a bit more spice and structure. Mourgues du Grès is recognized as one of the very best estates in the Costières de Nimes in the Revue de Vin de France, Guide Hachette, and Gilbert et Gaillard. Each bottle shows the emblem of the sundial that is on the wall of the winery, with the words "Sine Sole Nihil," which translates to "There is nothing without sunshine." For Mourgues du Gres, this symbolizes the maturity and harmony of the wines. The vineyards are located in the Mediterranean on the plateau of Beaucaire, where they benefit from both northern and southern sun exposure. The Rhône River is just a few miles away, and the vineyards are covered with galets, the same round flat stones that are famous in Châteauneuf-du-Pape. The vineyards have been certified organic by EcoCert since the 2011 vintage, and meticulous care and attention are paid to these vines; overall management, including crop thinning and pruning, are all carried out by hand. Organic fertilizers are used, and treatments are kept to a minimum. Whites and rosés are fermented and aged in stainless steel tanks; the reds are fermented in cement so that there is an oxygen exchange, then are aged in cement or barrels depending on the cuvée.
Anthony Road Rosé of Cabernet Franc 2019Aromas of cherry, watermelon, blood orange and red pepper. Flavors of watermelon, cherry and alpine strawberry with a hint of dried herbs.
Corzano e Paterno Il Corzanello Rosato 2019It's a delicate and dry rose wine with strawberry and cherry scents, fresh acidity and elegant texture. Great for aperitif, antipasti and grilled vegetables.
Domaine de la Fouquette Cuvee Rosée d'Aurore 2019In the picturesque wooded ridges of the Massif de Maures in the village of Les Mayons in Provence, 3rd generation wine growers Isabelle and Jean-Pierre Daziano farm their small family domaine naturally (without the use of pesticides or chemicals) in order to produce fresh, terroir-driven wines that capture the essence of Provence. This crisp, dry rosé is the quintessential Provencal style, made from a blend of Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah, and Rolle. It offers lovely citrus and strawberry aromas and flavors, with punchy watermelon notes on the palate accented by of currant and garrigue spice on the finish.
Château-Puech-Haut Argali Rosé 2019Not yet reviewed; 2015 vintage rated 90-92 points by Jeb Dunnuck (Wine Advocate): "The entry-level Rosé is the 2015 Languedoc Cuvee Prestige Rose, and it continues to be a sensational value. Made from 60% Grenache and 40% Cinsault, it’s light pink color is followed by perfumed notes of strawberries, orange blossom and spring flowers. Juicy, clean and refreshing, yet with texture, buy a case of this." The Prestige Rosé is finished in a unique opaque bottle with an all glass closure. Chateau Puech Haut occupies 170 hectares including 100 hectares of vines in Saint-Drézéry, a small village 15 km northeast of Montpellier, in the foothills of the Cevennes and belongs to the AOC Coteause du Langedoc. In Provence, a 'Puech' means a small hill (or mountain), a 'Puech Haut' is a hill higher than the others. This position, 'on a hill higher than the others', is conducive to exceptional drainage for the vineyards. The clay and limestone soil is composed of boulders brought by the Rhone in the Quaternary and its plots reside on hillsides protected from excessive temperatures by the nearby Mediterranean Sea and winds including the Mistral, the north wine pervasive in the region.
Saget la Perriére La Petite Perrière Rosé 2018Pinot Noir is a fragile and demanding grape, but it produces rosé wines of great finesse. This uncommon rosé is best young, full of fruit and freshness. With notes of sour cherry, raspberry, gooseberry with hints of spiciness, it is a jaunty and original wine that will leave you thirsty for more. Pairings: To drink as an aperitif with summer salads or grilled chicken but also with Chinese dishes.
Chateau d'Aqueria Tavel Rosé 2018Its deep aromatic complexity and its very special balance are the hallmarks of a great wine. Slightly lighter in hue than previous years, its robe is a dazzling ruby color. The attack on notes of spice opens onto a cocktail of red fruit and white fruit. Gorgeous generous mouth where the wide diversity of aromas of fruits combines with a structure that defines the balance of this wine. Food Pairing: Delicious with lamb curry, poultry in cream sauce, bouillabaisse, paella, Asian cuisine, goat cheeses.
Chateau Miraval Côtes de Provence Rosé 2019Miraval 2019 reveals a seductive and pure petal pink color. Full of freshness, it offers elegant aromas of fresh and delicious fruits like red currant, supported by slightly lemony, mineral, and saline notes. Its long and intense finish is the signature of a rosé with an incomparable elegance.
J Mourat Rosee de Jardin 2019