With floral and crushed red cherry aromas, the wine shows full-bodied, ripe, mineral-driven fruit on the palate, with tangy undertones and a note of white pepper. The wine has a fresh, lip-smacking fruit character and an easygoing, uncomplicated nature that makes it pair well with a variety of dishes. The wine has acidity and tannins that are ripe but firm; this is no wimpy rosé. This hearty rosé is a winner.
Pairs best with salads, quiche, grilled vegetables, fish, chicken and Asian cuisine.
I was so excited when I found this wine, but not so excited after I tasted it. I could tell there was supposed to be fruit flavors, but they were too weak to come through over the blandness. I'm glad I tried it, but it was not what I expected.