External Reviews for Commanderie de la Bargemone Rose
Here's a more serious Provence rose, with a nice mineral streak and good depth of flavor. There's red berry fruit upfront that turns a bit confected in the mouth, winding down to a taffy note on the short-to-medium finish. Perfect with a meal of grilled fish.
Offers a creamy aroma, with concentrated glazed ginger and dried cherry flavors that are accented by smoky notes. The powerful finish features dried currant and spice. Drink now.
This rosé's very pale pink hardly hints at the flavor it holds. It's invigoratingly bright and fresh, with a pink grapefruit flavor underlined by firm minerality; a little red fruit comes through, almost gamey in expression. It's savory and mouthwatering, ready for roasted oysters eaten beach side.
Salmon grey in color, here's a rosé with structure. With its dusty tannins, flavor of pink grapefruit and young, cranberry flavored fruit, this needs time - put a bottle aside for 2008.
This flavorful, dry rosé is among the foremost estates of the Côteaux d'Aix. It is perfect to begin any party with and a sure hit at your next picnic to quench that thirst in a casual yet sophiscated style.
Very fresh, with plenty of crisp mineral overtones to the dried berry and cherry flavors, followed by a peppery finish. Drink now.
Light peach skin color. Wild red berries, orange zest and honeysuckle on the mineral-accented nose. Fresh, lithe and precise, offering tangy red fruit and citrus flavors and a deeper note of bitter quince. Shows very good clarity and balance, finishing sappy, precise and long.