Wine on tasting in Weybridge 18.03.17

%o March 2017

With couple of sunny warm days this week, I am hoping for a glorious sun over the weekend (yes, I am aware that forecast is not looking bright) Anyway, sun is out and while we waiting for Whispering Angel to arrive- mid April we hope,  NEW Provence Rose is in stock !!! 
On tasting delicious 2016 Cru Classé Rimauresq Côtes de Provence Rosé
Ultra pale in colour, clean and fresh on the nose and the palate. This is pure finesse - a really fine and very classy wine, worthy of it`s Cru Classé status. The palate is fine yet flavoursome and the finish is exquisite!
£17.99/btl, Mix6 £15.29, Mix12 £14.39

So why is French Provence rosé so popular? Maybe it’s the colour, the pale salmon pink, maybe it’s the style; the dry minerality with a lively and fresh palate coupled with notes of red berry fruit. Most rosé wines from Provence are made from two grape varieties; Cinsaut and Grenache. There are actually 13 grape varieties allowed to be grown in Côtes de Provence including Carignan, Grenache, Ugni Blanc, Cinsaut, Clairette, Mourvedre, Tibouren, Barbaroux, Calitor, Rolle and Semillon. The region stretches from Arles, south of Avignon and just east of the Rhône Valley to Cannes in the east and on the Mediterranean coast. It’s a wonderful Mediterranean climate, so much sunshine; 3000 hours- take me away now.....
And with already one pallet sold,  another arrived this wee, and we have stock in the shop, so don't miss this great deal! 2013 Eddystone Point Pinot Noir, Tasmania,Australia A cracking lifted Pinot Noir nose with dark red fruits.  On the palate this is a delightfully medium bodied, elegant wine with lovely persistent Pinot Noir aromas of summer berries and a hint of autumnal notes. £12.99/btl or 6 for £60 (Only 10 a bottle!!)
See you over the weekend!
Marta xx

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