There is a tender spot in my heart for pink wine. (This is spoken by a man who is very secure with respect to his gender issues.) As a genus, pink wine is seldom taken seriously and yet vin en rose is capable of offering among the most blissful moments that a mere alcoholic beverage can provide. Producing a great pink wine is generally a thankless task, it must be said. When it works, people are pleased but generally remain mute. When it is less than brilliant, punters rosaphobic prejudices are s...
Planet Grape(2013 Vintage) Pale, delicate, silky and bone dry with notes of raspberry, dried peach, browning pork and cured meats.
International Wine Cellar(2009 Vintage) Pale salmon-skin color. High-pitched aromas of orange peel, pink grapefruit and herbs, with a subtle floral quality adding complexity. Dry, nervy red berry and citrus flavors are underscored by a dusty, stony quality and show a refreshingly bitter edge. Quite grown-up in style, finishing with good spine and cut. I'd have guessed this was from Provence
Wine Spectator(2009 Vintage) Crisp and lively, exhibiting a delicate pink hue and juicy flavors of watermelon and strawberry, with hints of spice and mineral. Grenache, Grenache Blanc, Roussanne and Cinsault. Drink now. 3,000 cases made.- Tim Fish