A review of Racine Cotes Du Provence Rosé for Weekend Wine Reviews #303.
Racine Cotes Du Provence Rosé, 2014, France. $17.00 Wine Insiders. They say: Crafted by legendary winemaker Bruno Lafon, this blend of 50% Cinsault, 30% Grenache, and 20% Syrah resulted in an elegant and complex wine that is extraordinary. Provence Rosé is the gold standard in its class. Its signature salmon-colored hue is as picturesque as the South of France itself. This region is producing stunning wines that are perfect year round. Tastes like: lychee, peach, mango, and rose petals. Best served cold. Pair it with seafood, pesto and risotto. We say: tart and refreshing. Peaches with floral notes. Very nice.