I must thank both the père and the fils for this lovely wine from Provence. We drink rosé all year round, but surely it is at its best when consumed on a fragrant, sunny day in a garden.
This delicate rosé does not have the deep fruit flavors of some of its cousins, but it is refreshingly dry and redolent of rhubarb and herbs. A recommended partner for any vegetarian summer dish, especially if it’s garlicky.
And speaking of dishes, take a look at Bieler fils. You can read all about him and the making of rosé wines here.
We are experiencing an unseasonally warm day here and a glass of that would go down very nicely LM.
It’s almost Fall for us, so I you’ll be entering rosé season soon! But we drink it year round.
Sounds delish and good roses are hard to come by, hm must try one sometimes with a garlicky dish, always thought that would be too pungent.
I find a dry one to be very good with garlicky Mediterranean food, but it depends on the individual rosé. Some of them have lots of fruit flavor and some are very delicate.