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|GRIS BLANC ROSÉ 2015 IGP Pays d'Oc
|Vintage Assessments Tasting Note
|Very pale salmon colour. Shy, faintly spicy, ripe apple nose. Fairly dry, medium-light to light bodied very slightly spicy, ripe apple flavours with a crisp unoaked finish. Ready-to-drink. Has 12.5% alcohol and 3 g/L residual sugar with a screwcap closure. A repeat of the 2015 (*+/**) released on June 25, 2016. TONY ASPLER / 87-points - Minerally, apple peel nose; medium-bodied, dry, spicy apple flavour with lively acidity.
||Rosé Table Wine
Crisp, Ripe Apple
|TASTING NOTE: As pale as a rosé can get, this southern blend of grenache gris and grenache noir is light and ethereal. Still there is more concentration on the palate than expected. Moderate alcohol on the palate that offers pleasant floral notes, peach blossom, tender rose and limestone. A refreshing summer sipper. Tasted June 2016. Score - 88 (Sara d'Amato, winealign.com, June 16, 2016)
||vintages release - March 18, 2017
||699 (12 bottles per case)
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Score: - Poor * Very Basic
** Good **/**+ Very Good **+ Excellent