Rene Barbier Mediterranean Rosé NV
Percentage Grape: 35% tempranillo, 45% garnacha, 20% carinena Soil: Calcareous Growing Climate: Mediterranean, stable Date of Harvest: Autumn 2000 Type of Harvest: Manual Vinification Method: Cool skin maceration Vinification Temperature: 17°C Extract: 17,03 Color Intensity: 420 (0,270), 520 (0,252) Alcohol Percentage: 12 % PH: 3,15 Aging Time: filtered / bottled early 2001 Sugar Rate: 0-5 g/l Total Acidity: 3,41 g/L Free SO2: 20 Cork Material: Natural cork
OK for the price.
External Reviews for Rene Barbier Mediterranean Rosé
René Barbier wines combine that sophisticated packaging with a sophisticated idea — that many people want to drink inexpensive wines which are just simple and good. no pretensions. No big flavor impact. And no big price. Even some of the most sophisticated sommeliers who tasted on our panels, when presented with Mediterranean White at $4.99 a bottle feel compelled to recommend it. It’s clean, crisp and tasty.
Food Pairings for Rene Barbier Mediterranean Rosé
This brilliant, strawberry-colored rosé wine has intense, elegant aromas and is well structured and balanced in the mouth. Its fresh, flowery flavor and low acidity make it soft and long-lasting on the palate.
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