Coteaux de Varois Rosé, Dom. la Colombe
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Coteaux de Varois Rosé, Dom. la Colombe - 2022

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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Heading to the south of France this summer? Me, neither. Let's pretend. This lovely Provençal rosé will put you in a Mediterranean state-of-mind. Fragrant and fresh on the nose, this wine delivers strawberry, mineral, and savory white pepper notes, with just a hint of smoke. Syrah, Grenache, and a little Cabernet Sauvignon are the players here. In addition to the fruity characteristics we would expect, the chalky-stony soil in which these grapes are grown has brought a refreshing acidity to the surface. A delightful way to start your meal. Pair with charcuterie and cheese, grilled veggies, olives.... think early evening snacks before the big dinner.

- DY



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