La Vie in Rosé: Part Deux

Back in May we sampled 3 great French rosés from 3 different provinces. This Tuesday Tasting we’re excited to bring you 3 more. Featuring:

  • Moulin de Gassac Guilhem Rosé, Languedoc – This light organic rosé blends two grapes (50% Syrah and 50% Carignan) to create flavors of strawberries and plums with a hint of mandarin orange and a clean, flinty finish. $6 btg, $11 btl
  • Domaine Francois Millet Sancerre Rosé, Loire Valley – Based on the popularity of the last Sancerre rosé we tried, we were excited to find another one that exhibits the same elegance: made from old-vine Pinot Noir and grown in the chalky soil of the region, raspberry and cherry are complemented by mineral flavors and a touch of citrus. $8 btg, $22 btl
  • Les Gravis Nozieres, Cahors – From the region where Malbec originated (#nodisrespecttoArgentina) comes this rosé made from 100% Malbec, resulting in one of the richest, juiciest blushes we’ve tasted with flavors of bold red berries and a hint of spice. $7 btg, $14 btl

Tasting: $11

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