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Chateau Miraval Côtes de Provence Rosé 2015

$28.99
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$18.99

SKU 78560

750ml

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A beautiful light pink colour, fresh fruit aromas and refreshing acidity. Miraval's pure expression of the terroir of Côtes de Provence. Gorgeous pale pink color with soft and shiny reflections. This Crisp and precise 2015 has a lovely mineral freshness with delicate aromas of citrus, red fruits and white flowers. On the palate the terroir reveals a pretty balanced and elegant volume along with a very nice tension bringing length. The bouquet of aromas is persistent leading to a long lasting fruity finish with an undertone salty character.
Category Rosé Wine
Varietals
Country France
Region Provence
Appellation Côtes de Provence
Brand Chateau Miraval
  • js93

James Suckling"Aromas of dried citrus, white pepper and pomegranate. Full body, dry and very, very fresh. Intense and flavorful. Serious. Big improvement over 2014."-JS

  • we91

Wine EnthusiastThe product of a partnership between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie with the Perrin family of Château Beaucastel in Châteauneuf-du-Pape, this bottling achieves instant fame. Happily, it is also a very fine wine, perfectly balanced between crisp fruit and acidity. In the background a touch of tannin accompanies pepper and minerality. It is ready to drink.

July 1, 2016
  • agv91

VinousPale orange. Expressive scents of fresh red berries, orange zest, white flowers and chalky minerals show excellent clarity and lift. Fine-grained and focused on the palate, offering zesty red currant, strawberry and tangerine flavors and an exotic touch of honey on the back half. The floral note comes back strong on a silky, very persistent, mineral-tinged finish.-JR

  • wa89

Wine AdvocateThe juicy, strawberry, underbrush and floral scented 2015 Cotes de Provence Rose is medium-bodied, nicely textured and balanced, with bright, crisp acidity coming through on the finish. It's a classic, beautifully made Rosé to enjoy over the coming summer months.

Jeb Dunnuck, May 29, 2016