From the Loire valley comes this white. Vibrant, exuding dense floral, lemon and apple notes on a racy frame. Balanced and sleek, it picks up mineral accents on the finish. Try with shellfish. Drink now.
This blend from Washington state is a bit raw, but packed with bright currant, plum and fresh
herb aromas and flavors. Tannins give way to the generous fruit in the end. Best after 2002.
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Here's another very good rosé for your summer drinking. Hailing from Provence, this is clean,
crisp and refreshing, with a nice coppery color and appealing berry and dried cherry flavors.
Rich, spicy notes on the fin —Kim Marcus