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The 2009 Rosé is vibrant and fully dry, rich with spice and fruit. It has aromatics of sage, plum and watermelon, flavors of strawberries and cherries, fresh acidity and a lingering finish. Pair it with Mediterranean cuisine, Spanish tapas, preparations with garlic and olive oil... or just enjoy it outside on a sunny day
"One of the best dry roses in California is Tablas Creek's Bandol look-alike. The 2009 Rose (screw-cap finished) is a blend of 46% Mourvedre, 39% Grenache, and the rest Counoise. Dark in color for a rose, but with loads of plum, black cherry, and black currant fruit, this seriously packed-and-stacked rose is a full-bodied, beautiful wine to drink over the next year or more. Unlike the wimpy, light roses that are an afterthought from most wineries, this is the real deal, and a very serious, dry, fuller rose.
The Wine Advocate
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