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 L'Opale De La Presqu'île De Saint-Tropez

Rosé

France: Côtes de Provence

Offer Expired:Jun 16, 2013 at 11:59 pm
$26.00
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Mission Briefing

Codename:

The way to Saint-Tropez

We just adore today’s L’Opale De La Presqu’île De Saint-Tropez Côtes de Provence. The Côtes de Provence region, in southeastern France, has been making wine for the last 2600 years. Today, the region is known primarily for producing Rosé wines.

Today’s Rosé is a budget-friendly treat that thrilled our entire tasting panel with its delicious flavors and refreshing feel. One of our panelists, Agent Nebbiolo, said of the wine, “… nothing could be finer than sipping this lovely Rosé as a warm summer breeze washes over you.” We could not agree more!

This beautiful wine is pretty in the glass and lovely on the palate. It is an elegant, flavorful, soft and very refreshing treat that we offer to you with our most hearty recommendation.

Tasting Profile

Look:

Gorgeous copper pink with pretty glinting highlights that catch the light when the wine is spun in the glass.

Smell:

Lovely and fresh with wild strawberry, blood orange, quince, raspberry cordial, dried rose petals and subtle white chalky mineral.

Taste:

Delicious and bright, starting with juicy flavors of wild strawberry, nectarine, underripe white peach, chalk mineral and a very slight hint of zingy citrus.

Finish:

An understated and elegant finish, with delicate red currant, ripe ruby red grapefruit, subtle copper and subtle citrus notes.

Pairing:

We envision that this wine could be paired with nearly anything you can imagine. You might try a lovely Waldorf salad or a spinach salad with goat cheese, pecans and blood orange. Poached salmon would also be quite a delight. See what we mean when we say that this wine is flexible?

What the Winery Says

About the Winery

Offer Expired:Jun 16, 2013 at 11:59 pm
$26.00
Avg. Price
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