Looking like a white wine, with barely any pink color, the 2012 Grenache Rose Edith is nevertheless a gorgeous effort that will be hard to beat on a hot summer day. Juicy and lively, with tangerine, grapefruit and citrus aromas and flavors, this medium-bodied drinker has fabulous purity, refreshing acidity and a clean finish. I’d enjoy it over the coming summer months. (JD)
Very pale pink color reminded me of Krug rosé. Aromas of strawberry, watermelon and minerals. Supple and fat on entry but with a lovely spine of acidity cutting through the wine’s creamy texture and giving grip to the finish. Boasts lovely mineral density and finishes salty and persistent. Serve this with a charcuterie plate or with olives. Winemaker Baron did a bit more maceration in 2012 before pressing. (ST)
Made from grapes picked early specifically for rosé, this bone-dry wine keeps alcohol low and flavors rich. A pale copper hue, it offers flavors that mimic a cava, without the bubbles. Racy minerality underscores a juicy, fruit-driven palate of lemon, lime and orange. A hint of coffee and crème brulée pokes through the refreshing finish. (PG)
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