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Rose du Mas 2010 - 88 points, Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar/ Light orange. Fresh red berries and blood orange on the fragrant nose, w... Read more
Rose du Mas 2010 - Recommended Rose 2010, Martha Stewart Living Radio Blog / “The Women's Farm” makes a certified organic blend of 50% Grenache, 3... Read more
Rose du Mas 2011 - 87 points, Wine & Spirits/ This is pleasantly rustic, its sweet cherry and strawberry flavors slightly jammy, scented with thym... Read more
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Rose du Mas 2010 - 88 points, Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar/ Light orange. Fresh red berries and blood orange on the fragrant nose, with notes of white pepper and lavender adding complexity. At once juicy and expansive, offering ripe and red fruit and citrus flavors and slow-building floral character. Rich but energetic and dry, finishing with good cut.
Rose du Mas 2010 - Recommended Rose 2010, Martha Stewart Living Radio Blog / “The Women's Farm” makes a certified organic blend of 50% Grenache, 30% Syrah, and 20% Cinsaultwith pronounced aromas and flavors of roses, peaches, strawberries, and herbs (lavender?). The perfumeyquality turned off some tasters, while others (like me) loved the intensity.
Rose du Mas 2011 - 87 points, Wine & Spirits/ This is pleasantly rustic, its sweet cherry and strawberry flavors slightly jammy, scented with thyme and rosemary. It would be delicious with roast pork, especially a fattier cut larded with herbs.
Rose du Mas 2012 - 90 points, Wine & Spirits/ Sisters Caroline Missoffe and Anne Poniatowski have run their family’s estate since 1995, growing olives for oil and farming 123 acres of vines in Les Baux de Provence. Their Rosé is quintessentially Provençale, from its earthy fruit to its garrigue-like herbal notes, not to mention the fresh acidity that keeps it breezy. A summertime staple.
Tasting Highlights: Outstanding full-bodied reds from some of southern France’s top producers and the latest rosés from Provence/ Berry and melon flavors fill this peppery rosé; red peach and spice carry the rich finish.
Weekly Wine Picks: Imported Rose/ The small southern French appellation Les Baux de Provence is the first to demand that all wines be produced biodynamically. This very light pink wine, a blend of Grenache, Syrah and Cinsault, is edgy but not severe, with light, racy flavors of pink grapefruit and hints of mint.
/ Slightly confected on the nose, showing cotton candy and bubble gum aromas, but you’ll also find plenty of strawberry-raspberry flavors. Very fruity and clean, with a fresh finish.
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