The Foreign Affair Amarosé 2017

Rosé - Dry

—VINTAGES#: 388702
The Foreign Affair Amarosé 2017
The winery calls this 'a first-of-its-kind partial-appassimento rosé. The appassimento part comes from 10% dried Chardonnay added to the mostly Pinot Noir. I have no idea how they come up with these complicated formulas, but I do mostly like the results. It shows a pretty pink/salmon colour in the glass with a generous nose of strawberries, melon and a squirt of citrus. It has a creamy feel on the palate and is richer than some rosés we're seeing in Niagara but still, it has wonderful red berries and uplifting citrus accents on the finish. Score - 89. (Rick VanSickle, winesinniagara.com, April 13, 2018)
$18.95

Product Details

Release Date:
July 21, 2018
750 mL bottle
Alcohol/Vol
12.4%
Made in:
Ontario, Canada
By:
The Foreign Affair Winery
Sugar Content:
9 g/L
Sweetness Descriptor:
D - Dry
Style:
Medium-bodied & Dry
Varietal:
Rosé - Dry
This is a VQA wine

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