Château Pradeaux Bandol Rosé 2011

External Review by eVintner Wines and Spirits:

55% Mourvedre, and 45% Cinsault. Deep, orange-tinged pink. Potent aromas of dried redcurrant and cherry, with complicating notes of pungent herbs, white flowers, anise and minerals. Smooth, fleshy and gently sweet, offering firm red berry and blood orange flavors and tangy notes of white pepper and quinine. Offers superb complexity and should be very adaptable at the table, especially with strong cheeses or grilled fish.

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External Reviews for Château Pradeaux Bandol Rosé

External Review
Source: eVintner Wines and Spirits
10/04/2012

55% Mourvedre, and 45% Cinsault. Deep, orange-tinged pink. Potent aromas of dried redcurrant and cherry, with complicating notes of pungent herbs, white flowers, anise and minerals. Smooth, fleshy and gently sweet, offering firm red berry and blood orange flavors and tangy notes of white pepper and quinine. Offers superb complexity and should be very adaptable at the table, especially with strong cheeses or grilled fish.



Dietary Information: Organic


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