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2008 Saint Andre de Figuiere - Vieilles Vignes Rose Regional Blend - France - Provence - Cotes de Provence - Rose

France - Provence - Cotes de Provence

Rose Regional Blend
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Source Vinfolio

A beautiful blend of 50% old vine Mouvedre, 25% Cinsault, and 25% Grenache, this rose has a gorgeous pale salmon/peach hue. On the nose are aromas of mineral, grapefruit, and strawberry. Classic, dry Provence rose, this wine has good acidity and lingering lemon zest. Year in and year out this is a crowd pleasing rose, the epitome of Provence.

Author dteric
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 90%
Tasted On 09/30/2009
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Author Rickye J
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Tasted On 06/21/2009

The rosé was easily enjoyable visually that entices the palate with a boutique of familiar scents and flavors. My friends and I all had separate experiences since it is a blend rosé. I tasted more citrus than anything else. While a friend noted she her palate danced with sweetness when paired with pineapple.

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