Château Guiot Grenache Blend Costières-de-Nîmes Rosé 2010
Like its red wine sibling from Nimes, this roseacute; also has a very expressive personality. Mainly Grenache, with some Syrah and Mourvegrave;dre in a supporting role, this dark-colored roseacute; is very flavorful and will hold up well to grilled chicken and sausages.Add winemaker's notes
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Like its red wine sibling from Nimes, this roseacute; also has a very expressive personality. Mainly Grenache, with some Syrah and Mourvegrave;dre in a supporting role, this dark-colored roseacute; is very flavorful and will hold up well to grilled chicken and sausages.
The vibrant color of this French rosé is almost reason enough to pick it out from a crowd, aside from the delicious aromas of cherry, strawberry and creamy butterscotch. Grenache, Syrah and Cinsault provide body as well as subtle complexities hidden in every layered sip. Crisp and energizing; admiring the entrancing color is just the first step to enjoying this gem.
A bold style roseacute;, with a big, ripe core of cherry and red licorice flavors backed by a dash of toasty spice on the finish. Yet therersquo;s more oomph than freshness. Drink now.
This blend of Grenache and Syrah is spicy and bold on the nose, yet medium-bodied and surprisingly fresh on the palate. The flavors of plum and garrigue persist on the finish, picking up a touch of cracked pepper.
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