Last I reviewed Trinquevedel I think I recommended marrying it. And...yeah I’d miss the promiscuous supple rosados, the devious Bandols, and geez, I may ask Trinq if we could watch Txakolina porn together from time to time but this is my favorite rosé. That I’d marry. It has this depth that hugs you but at the same time leavens you like the happy loaf you (me? I’ve been eating a lot this season) you are.
From the first look at that coral pink to the long seductive I’ve-got-more-to-tell-you-if-you-let-me-open-up finish, this wine is a keeper. — 23 days ago
too wild for words — 3 months ago
Got to swirl the funk out. More earth than fruit otherwise. — 17 days ago
Light bright juicy and fun — 2 months ago
Love the deep color, perfect fall rose! Rustic nose...grilled strawberry and orange peel. Hints of crushed quarry rock. Bright and juicy, with a medium minus tannins - the extended skin contact shows here. Strawberry, cranberry here... really all the red fruits, which are a touch on the sweet and candied side. Drinks well on the porch. — 3 months ago
Wow! Surprise. — 4 months ago
Nice fruit w/crisp acidity. — 15 days ago
Glassy round small red berries — 19 days ago
Soda fountain suicide - this is that. RedWhitePink is a suicide of six grapes - Pinot Gris, Mondeuse, Viognier, Blaufrankisch, Ribolla, Gruner. Reds treated like red, whites like white, then blended. It’d be “illegal” in Europe, hence the wine’s nickname. It’s kind of a mind trip but any singular reference point would probably lead you to Tavel.
Glowing magenta. Sour cherry lozenge, bitter blood orange, mild woodsy notes and grippy tannins.
And of course, Dr. Pepper at the end. — a month ago