Here’s another excellent rose, although it’s not the stereotypical crisp, minerally yet fruity summer wine. It has a little more body and flavor than most.
Since the label says it “was aged on lees and under a fine veil of flor for one year in 100-year-old foudres”, I was expecting it to be wilder and more vegetal. That’s not necessarily a bad thing. It’s an interesting wine without it being a challenge.
Be sure to serve this warmer than your normal rose.