Chateau de Campuget Tradition de Campuget Costières de Nimes Rosé 2010
A blend of 70% Syrah and 30% Grenache, the Campuget Tradition displays an intense peony pink color. Its bouquet is very aromatic, exhaling scents of small red fruits such as raspberries or blackcurrants. In the mouth there is a perfect balance between vivacity and a certain roundness. A terrific poolside quaff.
Chateau de Campuget is an ancient estate that has been owned by the Dalle family since 1944 and now run by Jean-Lin Dalle and son Frank-Lin. It is located in the village of Manduel,which is about 5 miles east of the town of Nimes They produce a range of red,white and rose wines under the Costieres de Nimes appellation in the southern Rhone valley They also do Bed and Breakfast
2009 vintage : Very good rose. Bone dry, crisp, a nice structure from the Syrah. Raspberry, cherry and a bit of spice mid-palate, and mixed berries & cream on the lingering finish.
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