A slightly dusty textured wine, suggesting tannins as well as fresh fruit. From the Minervois region, this vin de pays has weight, but carries its power lightly, just hinting at caramel among all the red fruits.
Owned by the Venes family for 300 years, Massamier la Mignarde is an immaculate estate in the Aude department of France. This fresh rosé is a blend of Cinsault, Syrah and Grenache. It is crisp, light and airy, with a delicious strawberry flavor. Drink now, it won’t keep.
A rosé during winter? Certainly. Cool as an aperitif, but just as fine a combination with the winter turkey. This bone dry rosé, from vineyards close to Minervois in the Languedoc region of France, is a fine, crisp wine, with just a touch of caramel. It has freshness but also some weight and pepper for its role as a food partner. When the kitchen gets hot, reach…
Pale rose in color with a significant amount of chalky minerality and minor essences of white strawberries and red cherry on the nose. A subtle palate offers similar flavors, with a light weight and medium acidity in the mouth. 80% Cinsault, 10% Syrah, and 10% Grenache.
What a vision! A brilliant and concentrated dark pink hue with a noticeably intense and fruit-forward nose of sweet mashed strawberry, watermelon and bubble gum. The palate is just as intense and fruity with more flavors of berries along with accents of melon and mealy pear.