Light salmon in color.
Strong nose of strawberries, citrus, lemons, apples, yeast, spices, white pepper, light herbs and earth.
Medium plus in body with medium plus acidity. Crisp and refreshing with small bubbles.
Dry on the palate with citrus, lemons, green apples, grapefruits, bitter herbs, spices, vegetables and earth.
Nice tangy finish with tangy limes.
This French sparkling Rosé is nicely balanced. Crisp and refreshing, good for the pool, easy drinking and tangy.
Good by itself or with food. I paired it with a nice day by the pool. Nice and engaging.
12.5% alcohol by volume.
$20. — 6 hours ago
Very slight bouquet. A whisper of lemongrass and acacia palm.
Chill to the max for me. Love the pandan leaf subtle note with an undercurrent of pineapple. The fruit flavors are muted and work with the acidity, highlighting and letting the minerality shine.
Stellar. — 11 days ago
Honestly the best $10 bottle I've bought. Don't know how it could be so good! Definitely sweet, but fruity and tart so it was easy to drink- and probably faster than I should have! — 4 hours ago
Bit of tannin. Quite smooth after. Fruity — 2 days ago
What does it say that I photographed this wine next to a cat dish? I don’t know. Maybe it foreshadows the earthiness on the way. The aroma of this starts with rich red fruit. Then with time transitions into earthy flavors of soil and herbs. The initial flavor is rich syrupy fruit and red velvet cake and I love it. Then it transitions into more earth and herbs and minerals. Which I don’t like as much. It’s like a journey through dark fruit jam and then suddenly you’re in a field of grass and herbs with a few cow pies scattered here and there￼￼. But it’s alright. It’s about the whole experience. — 4 days ago
An absolute delight. Aromatic earthiness and fruit that translates well to the palate. Reminiscent of the alea viva. Consider this a repeat. Had with a robust ham and green beans dinner. — 3 days ago