Beautiful with an extreme brilliance, highlighted by a wooden rose colour. A subtle nose unveils elegant aromas of small red fruits. Round and supple, this almost fleshy wine can be appreciated during a moment of relaxation.
GOLD MEDAL -MONDIAL DU ROSE 2019
GOLD MEDAL -CONCOURS NATIONAL DES VINS IGP 2019
GOLD MEDAL -VINALIES INTERNATIONALES 2019
GOLD MEDAL -VINS DE LA COOPERATION OCCITANIE 2019
It’s been a good year for rosés and at a time when the style is so plentiful, how do you choose the right one? Well here's one with four gold medals at international wine shows and it's only $16.99. It's Gardian Rose 2018, it's from France, it's bone dry and some of the most respected International wine shows have given this the big thumbs up. Ask yourself, how often do you see French Rose laden with medals AND UNDER $20? This is my first time.
While Provence tends to get all the attention when it comes to French pinks, Languedoc Rose can provide the same kind of light, refreshing thirst quenching drink reminiscent of the wines of Provence, but without the price and this from Gardian hammers that point home.
It's dangerously easy-drinking, has seductive aromas of red fruits, strawberry and raspberry. On the palate, they are complemented by gorgeous dry floral notes. Generous yet light, this is rose you can enjoy any day of the week, especially at $16.99.