As I start to write this the weather switches from the warmest winter day on record to Storm Freya blowing in from the Atlantic. But then in many ways I guess it underlines this week’s theme. Like the car stickers stating ‘a dog’s for life, not just for Christmas’, it would appear rosé is not just for summer.Given the growth of sales over the past few years, largely on the back of uber-fashionable Provence rosé, it seems as if rosé is an anytime wine. Pale is the new dark – if it’s not a pale, Provence rosé lookalike then it is probably staying on the shelves.Château de la Liquière Rosé 2017 ‘Les Amandiers’, Faugères (thewinesociety.com £10.95) is made using organic practises and is a blend of cinsault, mourvèdre and grenache.The estate is owned by the Vidal family who have been making wine in the region for many years and were instrumental in helping Faugères becoming an appellation in its own right in 1982. Pale pink-orange in colour, there are red fruits on the nose with a little spice in the background. The palate has some weight and is still very fresh with crisp acidity and a clean, dry finish. This would work really well with a classic Mediterranean fish,… Read full this story
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Rosé is pale pink and interesting and everyone’s drinking it – Alistair Gibson have 303 words, post on www.portsmouth.co.uk at March 8, 2019. This is cached page on Talk Vietnam. If you want remove this page, please contact us.