Beautiful interesting. Two words describe this slightly oxidized rose. Very lychee with strawberry and honey on the nose. Palate was a little light but elegant nonetheless. Medium short finish. Will go well with fish, desserts and fruit.

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steve8 posted:

I wondered if you were going to post a note for this. Sorry, but it was not my cup of tea. An oxidized rosé...why would they do that? Just not what I look for in a rosé.

Different strokes for different folks. I find it rather unique. Who would make a gran reserva designation for a rose? If you were Eating tapas while overlooking the Mediterranean, you wouldn’t have been so disapproving

 

btw, I picked up my Raveneau. Did you ?

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