Strawberries and cherries form the backbone of the dry, delicious Rosé.
On the palate it is silky soft, gently malted and buttery, incredibly round and mouth-filling, and bite-free.
If Armagnac is missing from a cabinet full of bourbon, this will be a revelation.
A good match for a grilled dinner like flank steak or ribeye.
Though you can drink this now, it would be better to wait 1-5 years.
Simple meat courses such as filet mignon or pork loin are good pairings that will enhance the flavors of the wine.
Here’s a good reason to use that decanter you’ve been meaning to try.
Drink this wine with stuffed flounder, letting the zingy acidity cut through the rich crab and sauce.