Mas Des Bressades Cuvée Tradition Rosé 2014, Ap Costières De Nîmes

Rose Rose
Rhone, France

$15.95 (950576)

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May 02, 2015
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Critic Reviews (3)

Sara d'Amato
Sara d'Amato

A very reliable producer with a consistently appealing rosé - notes of candied licorice, strawberry and lavender are...

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David Lawrason
David Lawrason

Made from the classic Rhone varieties - grenache, syrah and cinsault - this salmon shaded rose shows fairly generous...

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John Szabo, MS
John Szabo, MS

A reliably balanced, fruity-savoury rosé, in the fuller southern French style (13.5% alcohol), with ample depth and...

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Community Reviews (3)

Michael Loken
Michael Loken

This was a lovely and refreshing wine. The aroma and taste were well balanced and full of fresh fruit flavours without being overly sweet. The wine was enjoyed with fish tacos and paired extremely well.

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David Brodati
David Brodati

A bright salmon coloured Rhone Rose. Aromas of watermelon, tart berry, florals, minerals, spice and pepper. Medium bodied, with succulent acidity making this wine very food friendly. A bit hot. Paired nicely with pork sausage, red pepper and red onion brochettes in a balsamic glaze. July 2015.

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Neil Phillips
Neil Phillips

Medium-deep salmon in colour, this always livens up a summer patio.

Heady aromas of strawberry, rhubarb, red delicious apple and a hint of garrigue.

On the palate, dry and refreshing, with lots of the fruit coming through. Alcohol is a bit high; finish brings the herbs out.

Tasted May 2015.

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