Coteaux de Varois Rosé, Dom. la Colombe
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Coteaux de Varois Rosé, Dom. la Colombe - 2023

Item # 26384 750mL

The Coteaux de Varois is a smaller appellation in the center of the region of Provence in the south of France. This is made from Cinsaut and Carignan growing in chalky soils. What you have is a fresh rosé that's fruit-driven on the palate yet dry and refreshing.

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I love a rosé that combines soft textures with a vibrant minerality. Domaine la Colombe fits this description to a tee. A delightfully elegant color matched with a fruit profile ranging from white peach to strawberry, this is the kind of rosé that is too easy to drink. It also pairs with a wide range of food from the sea and as an aperitif for your summer parties. Cinsault is the light skinned grape that adds softness, while the Grenache and Cabernet Sauvignon add weight and complexity. Grown in Provence's newest appelation, the Coteaux de Varois, Domaine la Colombe is a hidden gem in a sea of pink. If you are not traveling to the South of France this year, at least we can drink like we are!




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