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Côteaux d'Aix en Provence Rosé Blend

9.15 ratings
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Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence, Provence, France
Rosé Blend
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Meg O’Keefe-Plummer

Checking this one in because I liked it. Light and refreshing!

Checking this one in because I liked it. Light and refreshing!

Aug 9th, 2019
Martin Frowde

Dry rose from vines to the north of Provence and a little pinker than the classic Provence pale. Not much to the nose. Clean and smooth strawberry taste with some raspberry. Noticeable acidity (juicy) which I think means it is better drunk with food (and it can hold its own against lighter meat dishes). Nice enough but lacks finesse and not what I would point people towards if they are after a classic Provence rose.

Dry rose from vines to the north of Provence and a little pinker than the classic Provence pale. Not much to the nose. Clean and smooth strawberry taste with some raspberry. Noticeable acidity (juicy) which I think means it is better drunk with food (and it can hold its own against lighter meat dishes). Nice enough but lacks finesse and not what I would point people towards if they are after a classic Provence rose.

Aug 6th, 2015
Kim Bussey

Home time, wine time.

Home time, wine time.

Apr 20th, 2015
Michael Dodd

Great example of the traditional Provençal rose. Dry, pale, full of summer berries and oh so drinkable!

Great example of the traditional Provençal rose. Dry, pale, full of summer berries and oh so drinkable!

Jul 22nd, 2014
Samuel Raymond

Samuel had this a year ago

Samuel had this a year ago

May 5th, 2019