A Serious - and Seriously Good - Rosé
, as you may now, is lean, crisp and focused
. Some Sancerre wines get downright puckery. I think that’s a good thing. You may not.
But Sancerre Rosé
is perfect for both of us: dry and elegant
(but no pucker), fresh and fruity
. The telltale minerality of the region
shows through, making it not just another ‘same ‘ole’ rosé.
This is serious - and seriously good - rosé.
A lovely pale watermelon-colored
example of the Pinot Noir grape.Chill it down and picnic
it, serve it with seafoods, salads and soft goats milk cheeses or deviled eggs, drink it in a hammock - or all three.
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