Rosé "L'Audacieuse," Ch. de la Selve
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Rosé "L'Audacieuse," Ch. de la Selve - 2021

Item # 38739 750mL

A sophisticated rosé to drink throughout the year. This comes from vines planted in limestone and clay soils rendering a more structured style of rosé. Seventy percent of the wine was aged in old Yquem oak casks, 30% was aged in amphorae.

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Wine made from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyard. Certified in the country of origin.

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Rosés are often judged by their color. Ones with darker color are believed to taste like fruit punch and the paler stuff, light and dry. These assumptions will limit your field of vision and you’ll miss all the good pink wines out there. L’Audacieuse has a brilliant, pale-salmon color, but it is in no way dainty. The aroma is loaded with pineapple, anise, lychee, and tangy white apricot. The palate has more body than its color would suggest along with plenty of fruit from the nose. These notes may make you think its sweet, but it’s dry, and, in fact, a bit tart. This wine is a far cry from any rosé archetypes, and I wouldn’t change a thing.

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