Château Des Ferrages Mon Plaisir Sainte Victoire Rosé 2020, Ac Côtes De Provence

Rose Rose
Provence, France

$22.95 (19834)

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June 12, 2021

Critic Reviews (3)

David Lawrason
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David Lawrason

Very typically pale Provence rose with compelling energy and length. The nose is notably herbal with soft...

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Michael Godel
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Michael Godel

The faintest and lightest of the bright Provence Rosés here in the Ferrages gives what you want, expect, perhaps even...

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John Szabo, MS
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John Szabo, MS

Notably reductive and yeasty, this is also lightly effervescent on the palate with a sweet-sour edge - a bit of a...

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Community Reviews (2)

Jason Solanki
Jason Solanki

Dry rosé blend of Grenache, Syrah, and Rolle (aka Vermentino). It has a medium+ intensity nose offering lovely grapefruit, white floral, red berry, strawberry, and citrus aromas with mineral undertones. The medium-full bodied, concentrated palate is dry and complex with flavours of floral, grapefruit, orange rind, citrus, and mineral with hints of white peach. It has balanced acidity and a lick of saline on the mid-palate, while the long finish is dry, crisp, and minerally. Tasted June/2021.

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David Brodati
David Brodati

Fresh, juicy, fruity rose in the Provencal idiom. Complex primary aromas and flavours of strawberry, watermelon, tangerine, red grapefruit, along with a perfumed floral note, white pepper, herbal garrigue and anise. Dry, with high acidity, a viscous body and excellent length. Interestingly, my tasting mentor had a bottle with similar reductive sulphur issues that Mr. Szabo experienced. Significant bottle variation this vintage, or just too aggressively anaerobic winemaking??? July 2021.

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