External Reviews for Tavel Mordoree Dame Rousse
Bright orange-pink. High-pitched red berry and citrus zest scents show very good clarity and a hint of potpourri. Clean, stony and precise, with dense redcurrant and bitter cherry flavors and a bright pink grapefruit nuance. Finishes with excellent energy and lift, leaving a red berry skin note behind.
Almost as good and a fabulous effort, the 2013 Tavel Rosé La Dame Rousse is upfront and perfumed, with citrus blossom, crushed roses and wild strawberry-like aromas and flavors. Medium-bodied, layered and seamless, with perfectly integrated acidity, it’s a knockout rosé to enjoy over the coming year or two as well. Don’t miss these two superb rosés.
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