The other day, I was browsing around one of my neighborhood’s wine stores. The Rose section seemed a bit slimmer than usual. I asked if they split their selection and moved some of the pink bottles elsewhere, and was told that this is it. “Only what you see here. It’s getting cold out. It’s the end of the season, you know…” So before they are all gone, here is an excellent Rose I would stock up for the winter. It will make any homemade brunch taste and feel much better.
A blend of 73% Grenache, 9% Cinsault, 8% Syrah, and the rest Mourvedre and Rolle, displays a powerful and precise wine in a very delicate frame. Fresh red berries, white flowers and hints of steely minerality in a light body and silky texture with a fine creamy quality wrapped around the bright fruit. Crisp and clean structure, well balanced all the way to the dry citrusy finish. view original article