Malivoire Ladybug Rosé 2011, VQA Niagara Peninsula
This is pretty pastel pear pink colour. The nose is gentle, complex and slightly perfumed with strawberry-currant...
Ontario excels at making fresh and refreshing Rosés, which is just what we need for the heady days of summer. Made...
Bright, off-dry, lightly herbaceous, simple and quaffable. For drinking, not contemplating. Tasted May 2012. Value...
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A lot of complexity for the money in this rose. Beautifully layered aromas of berry and tree fruit with a hint of grapefruity citrus. The palate delivers in kind with some added minerality. Balance is spot on with a solid core acidity and just a tease of sweetness to rein it in. Can't go wrong sipping this wine in the dying light of a summer's evening.
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Made from Cab Franc, Gamay Noir, and Pinot Noir, these wines are elegant and food-friendly even though most people don’t think of drinking Rosé in the winter. The nose and palate are dominated with red fruits (raspberry, cherry, red currants) and there are some interesting herbal notes added to the palate. Pairs with just about anything, works exceptionally well with ham.
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