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Gérard Bertrand Grenache-Syrah-Cinsault Languedoc Rosé Cote des Roses 2020

$18

A crowd-pleasing rosé, with a smooth, focused texture and delicate notes of melon, white raspberry and tangerine, all backed by steely acidity and hints of white pepper and herb. Drink now. 700,000 cases made, 400,000 cases imported.

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Wine Type and Color

Rosé Still

Magazine Issue

Jul 31, 2021

Summary

Primary Grape

Grenache

Grenache is the French name for the red grape known as Garnacha in Spain and Cannonau in Italy. Today, Grenache is the star of red blends in France's Southern Rhône Valley, reaching its pinnacle in Châteauneuf-du-Pape. It is widely grown in Spain, where it's dominant in Priorat and a component of blends with Tempranillo in Rioja and other regions. Cannonau is one of the main grapes in Italy's Sardinia. It also has a growing presence in the New World, in places like California and Australia.

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Other Grapes

Syrah, Cinsault

Region

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$18

Gérard Bertrand Grenache-Syrah-Cinsault Languedoc Rosé Cote des Roses 2020

A crowd-pleasing rosé, with a smooth, focused texture and delicate notes of melon, white raspberry and tangerine, all backed by steely acidity and hints of white pepper and herb. Drink now. 700,000 cases made, 400,000 cases imported.

Details

Wine Type and Color

Rosé Still

Magazine Issue

Jul 31, 2021

Summary

Primary Grape

Grenache

Grenache is the French name for the red grape known as Garnacha in Spain and Cannonau in Italy. Today, Grenache is the star of red blends in France's Southern Rhône Valley, reaching its pinnacle in Châteauneuf-du-Pape. It is widely grown in Spain, where it's dominant in Priorat and a component of blends with Tempranillo in Rioja and other regions. Cannonau is one of the main grapes in Italy's Sardinia. It also has a growing presence in the New World, in places like California and Australia.

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Overhead photo of various ingreidnets that make up the grape

Other Grapes

Syrah, Cinsault

Other Grapes

Syrah, Cinsault

Region

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