Cibonne

Côtes de Provence Tibouren Rosé

9.1487 ratings
9.2153 pro ratings
Côtes de Provence, Provence, France
Tibouren
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Classic. Turbidity. Good stuff.

Classic. Turbidity. Good stuff.

Jul 9th, 2018
Mark Eastom

Abv a bit higher than I'd like for a rose, but nice wine. Took a while to open up. Orange rind, peach skin, herbal notes and nice acid.

Abv a bit higher than I'd like for a rose, but nice wine. Took a while to open up. Orange rind, peach skin, herbal notes and nice acid.

Nov 2nd, 2017
Beau Carson

This is the definition of geeky!

This is the definition of geeky!

Aug 5th, 2017
Claire Hill

Someone returned this for being "weird" and I am profiting from their mistake. This is the shit.

Someone returned this for being "weird" and I am profiting from their mistake. This is the shit.

11 people found it helpfulJun 7th, 2015
Chris Grimm

Beautiful light salmon in color. Orange peel, strawberry, and raspberry. Smells a bit like Lillet, but nice and dry on the finish. A fantastic rosé.

Beautiful light salmon in color. Orange peel, strawberry, and raspberry. Smells a bit like Lillet, but nice and dry on the finish. A fantastic rosé.

6 people found it helpfulMar 22nd, 2015
Christopher A. Weed

Director of Operations/Wine Specialist Spectrum Wine Auctions

9.3

Always such a pleasure

Always such a pleasure

3 people found it helpfulOct 21st, 2015
Joe Campanale

Beverage Director/Partner dell’anima, L’Artusi, Anfora, and L’Apicio

9.5

This is one of my favorite roses. So consistently delicious

This is one of my favorite roses. So consistently delicious

3 people found it helpfulAug 23rd, 2015
David T

Independent Sommelier/Wine Educator

9.1

Another good pair with the Honey Baked ham. Nice lite fruits; Rainer cherries, watermelon, strawberries and a touch of quince. Stronger minerality than the Tempier.

Another good pair with the Honey Baked ham. Nice lite fruits; Rainer cherries, watermelon, strawberries and a touch of quince. Stronger minerality than the Tempier.

2 people found it helpfulDec 25th, 2015
Rachel Stinson Vrooman

Flor fermented yum!

Flor fermented yum!

2 people found it helpfulSep 4th, 2015
Shawn Paul

Delicious. Aged sous voile for a year in 100 year old foudres. Not much else like it anywhere.

Delicious. Aged sous voile for a year in 100 year old foudres. Not much else like it anywhere.

2 people found it helpfulAug 3rd, 2015