The perfect little wine for light meals like chicken or fish with salad. The nose has peaches, flowers and minerality, and a nice tinge of chalkiness. This is a very fresh-feeling wine, with some apparent residual sugar. The fruit is upfront, then some mild, grapefruity acidity kicks in under the fresh, young red fruits on the end-palate. Only 10.5% alcohol. Highly recommended. BSE

WHO: Remy Pannier
WHAT: 60% Cabernet Franc, 30% Grolleau, 10% Gamay
WHERE: AOC Rosé d’Anjou, Loire Valley, France
WHEN: 2010
HOW MUCH: $11 (media sample)

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    This sounds like a lovely new Rose D,anjou. I love drinking rose in the south of France and will be there this summer. I’ll be sampling this before then however

  • http://www.wineday.co.uk Buy Wine Online

    Always good to see a new Rose D’anjou coming on to the market – I’ll be tracking this one down