Château Val Joanis Tradition Syrah Rosé 2011 - Expert wine ratings and wine reviews by WineAlign
Light, delicate, fragrant, dry rosé from the Lubéron Valley (syrah), full of cherry blossom and apple flavours....
This is one of the palest rose I have seen, but very much on trend for Provencal styling. The nose is mild but fresh...
From Luberon, in the south of France, this lightly orange coloured rosé is grown on pebbly soil that gives it a nice...
Château Val Joanis Tradition Syrah Rosé 2011, Ac Luberon
Very pale orange in colour with pretty aromas of cantaloupe, blood orange, sweet cherry and lavender. It's dry, medium bodied, bright and refreshing in an easy-drinking style. There's a touch of residual sugar that gives the wine texture, but it's nicely balanced with a spicy finish. A great summer sipper to enjoy on its own or with paprika-dusted barbecued chicken. (VINTAGES panel, May 2012)
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Strawberries, spices, and floral notes on the nose. Fruity and easy drinking, but nothing exceptional.
This is perfect to sip on a hot day with some good friends. Like Nicole Kidman eating a fruit salad while reading about Tom Cruise’s recent troubles. It’s powder pale, kinda pretty, smells like apple and cantaloupe and will put a large smile on your face. One bottle will certainly not be enough.
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