Did not find butyric acid. I found Gazela Rosé to be a a lively, refreshing, young and floral light wine. In the mouth, it is well-balanced with a soft and slightly fizz finish. Best when chilled and perfect for a light meal.
Pale red coloration with little to no depth, it turns out the bottle is tinted blue to give it an appealing reddish-purple tint. Slightly oily consistency in the glass, but watery in the mouth. Smells strongly of grapefruit and butyric acid (reminds me a lot of Natto, a Japanese food made by fermenting soy beans. Reminded my girlfriend of Parmesan cheese). The taste is mostly grapefruit with a hint of black cherry, but it leaves a lingering butyric taste which is unpleasant - Nikku
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A nice wine, with a very light tinge of bubbles. A flavor that is heavy in the red fruits with a crisp finish and overall low alcohol content. A sweet wine that is evened out by a slightly dry composition.
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