Tasting Rosé

Hi loves!


Let’s be honest, I picked out this bottle of Rosé because the label is so pretty. Pink and it says Rosé all day? A dream for this Gen Z basic white girl. It looked so pretty sitting on my bar cart that I almost didn’t want to drink it, but of course, I did.

Variety: Grenache

Region: Pays d’Oc

Country: Italy

Year: 2016

Price: $14

Vineyard Review:

“This Grenache rose has an elegant aromatic nose of red fruits and is crisp and fresh on the palate with a deliciously long, fruity finish.

This blend made with the best grapes of our vineyard in Pays d’Oc stretches across 4 departments of Languedoc Roussillon. It covers 200 km of coast and a mosaic of terroirs with many geological nuances – limestone, clay and sand. Mediterranean climate, temperate and pleasant, characterized by mild winters, warm and dry summers and an excellent sunshine rate

Perfect to enjoy with fish, chicken, prawns, sushi, Caesar salads and Mediterranean salads.”

Sierra’s Review:

Other than my love of the pretty pink color and the cute label, I had to actually taste the wine to see if it tasted as good as the bottle looked of course. This Rosé is pretty dry, which is the opposite of what most people think when it comes to Rosé which I learned in my Geography of Wine class. So PSA…Rosé is not a synonym for sweet! This dry Rosé is definitely filled with a fruity aroma and taste and has an acidic after taste and initial smell. I’m usually not a huge fan of dry Rosé, but I actually enjoyed this one.

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Hi! I am a 21-year-old student at the University of Oklahoma with a major of public relations and minors in Spanish and nonprofit organizational studies.
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