Baronne du Chatelard Rosé d'Été 2017

Rosé - Dry

—VINTAGES#: 119438
Baronne du Chatelard Rosé d'Été 2017
$16.95

Product Details

Release Date:
July 7, 2018
750 mL bottle
Alcohol/Vol
12.4%
Made in:
Beaujolais, France
By:
Sas Le Chatelard
Sugar Content:
2 g/L
Sweetness Descriptor:
D - Dry
Style:
Easygoing & Fruity
Varietal:
Rosé - Dry
Description
This one is not to be missed; Beaujolais rosé is an uncommon sight EVERYWHERE, including in Beaujolais. Though production of this bright, refreshing style has increased in recent years, it's still exceptionally rare. Less rosé wine is made in Beaujolais than white wine (and they make very little white wine), but their rosés are more than mere curiosities. Expect lifted red fruit, a touch of pepper spice and a tangy, refreshing acidity from this wine, which is crafted from Gamay. An ideal sipper to accompany a casual backyard lunch.

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