Meh. Medium and relatively undistinguished fruit and spice. Little finish of note. Not actually bad, but at the price, no star. Fat? I think not.
External Reviews for Barton & Guestier Rosé d'Anjou . France
Wine Tasting NotesThe wine is garnet in color with good intensity. Attractive nose with jammy aromas of raspberry and cherry mixed with cocoa notes of cinnamon. A lovely wine, well balanced, with ripe tannins and intense mouth flavors of fruits and black pepper. A great match with wild game or roasted red meats.
Food Pairings for Barton & Guestier Rosé d'Anjou . France
Intense ruby red colour. Fruit driven nose with intense plum and blackberry aromas. Well balanced wine with velvety tannins, good acidity and a long fruity finish.
<p>This wine is a full-bodied Red Bordeaux blend. It has a fruit scent with notes of oak and vanilla. Recommended to pair with poultry, red meat, or cheese and serve between 16 and 18 degrees Celsius.</p>
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