By: John Majeski
K&L Staff Member
Contrary to opinion, every wine in Provence is not coming up Rosés, and it was wonderful to witness this superb white sprouting on our shelves. Sardinia prides itself for its vibrant Vermentinu wines (confusedly named Rolle in France) but with this bottling Rimauresq has fashioned a master class in the grape. Classically dry and almost oily in texture, it rewards with flavors of white pear, peach, citrus pith, and minerals, with a satisfying, slightly bitter, almond-skin finish. Wonderfully complex wine to pair with baked halibut or sturgeon.