From this estate founded in the 13th century comes a finely made wine. Its dryness combines well with great flavors of red currant, raspberry and lime. It is delicious with food or as an apéritif.
Importer Dan Kravitz must have put magic in this bottle. Even though the days are getting shorter and the temperatures here in the Northeast are headed toward freezing, one sip of this pale pink rosé can transport you to the beach of your dreams. Whether you’re sipping it in a chaise on the Riviera or gulping it with steamed crabs on the Maryland shore, the…
A consistent performer, the rosé under the Commanderie de la Bargemone label is a fresh, medium-bodied wine that features enticing aromas of white chocolate and cherries. Modest cherry flavors finish crisp and citrusy, giving this wine excellent refreshment value.
This medium-hued rosé drinks more like a white wine, with stony, mineral scents, light body, melon and citrus flavors and a tart, stony finish. Worth trying this summer as an apéritif or with fish.
Salmon grey in color, here’s a rosé with structure. With its dusty tannins, flavor of pink grapefruit and young, cranberry flavored fruit, this needs time – put a bottle aside for 2008.
Here’s a more serious Provence rosé, with a nice mineral streak and good depth of flavor. There’s red berry fruit upfront that turns a bit confected in the mouth, winding down to a taffy note on the short-to-medium finish. Perfect with a meal of grilled fish.
An intensely herbal wine, smelling of the garrigue where it is grown. It is lean, firmly tannic with high red fruit acids, and a dry structure. It’s rustic, reminiscent of old-style winemaking.