Posts Tagged ‘rosé’
 
 
 
 
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2012 Barton & Guestier Cote de Provence Passeport Rose

After 20 minutes or so in the glass, this light, pale salmon-colored rose from the cote de Provence opens up, becoming less sweet and more finished. Somewhat nondescript red fruit and subtle floral notes offer a bit of interest...
 
5.5
 
 
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2012 Castillo de Tafalla Grenache Rose

A bright rosé with a luscious color and fruit to match. Slightly sweet 100% grenache rosé. Serve well chilled or consider making spritzers! We picked this one up from Naked Wines US.
 
6.5
 
 
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2012 Domaine de St. Antoine Pay du Gard Rosé

Light but nicely balanced: a hint of fruit but not too sweet.
 
8.3

 
 
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2011 Grange des Rouquette Syrah Rosé

This is a great example of what a not-too-sweet 100% Syrah rosé can be: solid fruit AND structure and balance. Syrah and Zinfandel drinkers should take note, since this wine packs plenty of fresh strawberry and red cherry notes...
 
8.3
 
 
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2011 Domain Bart Marsannay Rose

Really lovely; in fact the only thing we don't love is the price
 
9.0
 
 
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2011 Domaine Erhart Pinot Auxerrois

A very nice French rosé at a slightly higher price point
 
8.6

 
 
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2008 Domaine Collin Brut Cuvée Tradition Crémant de Limoux

One of the best rosés we've tasted this summer
 
9.0
 
 
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2011 Phillipe Raimbault Sancerre “Apud Sariacum”

A delicious, fruity French rosé - a great wine for a hot summer day
 
8.5
 
 
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2012 Chateau D’Or Et De Gueles

A solid rose for hot summer days
 
7.0

 
 
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2012 Jacqueline Bahue Rosé – Lodi

So sweet that we actually couldn't drink it... and that's pretty rare
 
4.0