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Fruity, off dry, delicious! Strawberry, white pepper and watermelon flavors. Great value. Fun refreshing summer wine. Read more
/ A pleasant, fresh, cherry-juice-flavored wine. There is some crispness and soft sweetness. An enjoyable rose. Read more
Rosés d'Ajou 2009 - 85 Points & Recommended, Wine Spectator/ Listed amongst Kim Marcus' Recommended Rosés from around the world. Read more
Food Pairings for Remy Pannier Rosé Blend Rosé d'Anjou
Fruity, off dry, delicious! Strawberry, white pepper and watermelon flavors. Great value. Fun refreshing summer wine.
External Reviews for Remy Pannier Rosé Blend Rosé d'Anjou
/ A pleasant, fresh, cherry-juice-flavored wine. There is some crispness and soft sweetness. An enjoyable rose.
Rosés d'Ajou 2009 - 85 Points & Recommended, Wine Spectator/ Listed amongst Kim Marcus' Recommended Rosés from around the world.
Rose d'Anjou 2009 - Wine Spectator/ A friendly, round style, with cherry and strawberry notes and a slightly off-dry finish that stays fresh.
Rose d'Anjou 2010 - 2010 Recommended Rose, Martha Stewart Living Radio Blog/ This light bodied blend of 60% Cabernet Franc, 30% Grolleau, 10% Gamay flung strawberries and cherries and white and green pepper right out at you, and that's probably why one taster named it his favorite.
Remy Pannier premium Loire Valley wines were introduced in 1885. Over the years, Remy Pannier has developed strong working relationships with over 500 growers throughout the Loire Valley. Working closely with these affiliated growers, Remy Pannier provides advice on the latest viticultural practices to ensure production of the finest quality grapes. In the late 1990s, Remy Pannier built three state-of-the-art wineries in the premier Loire Valley wine districts of Anjou, Touraine and the Pays Nantais where all their Loire Valley wines are vinified. Remy Pannier’s attractive new packaging reflects over a century of tradition and experience in Loire Valley winemaking. Production Area Produced from vineyards between Nantes and the Touraine region of the Loire Valley. The soil is a mixture of tuffeau (chalk) and sand. Grape Varieties 60% Cabernet Franc, 30% Grolleau, 10% Gamay Vinification The yield is approximately 65 hl/ha. Grapes are picked at maturity to obtain natural sugar for this semi-sweet wine. Bunches are pressed immediately to preserve freshness and a bright color. Low temperature fermentation preserves red fruit flavors and aromas. No malolactic fermentation takes place. The wine is stored in stainless steel tanks with temperature control (13°C) until bottling. Color Delicate salmon pink Bouquet Aromas of strawberries and cherries Taste Well-balanced, supple, fruity and elegant with notes of red berries and cranberries along with a touch of mint and white pepper Alcohol 10.5% Serving Suggestions Served chilled, this wine is perfect with seafood, shellfish, and goat cheese.
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