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Chateau Montaud Cotes de Provence Rosé*Packaging may vary

Chateau Montaud Cotes de Provence Rosé

Pink Wine /12.5% ABV / Côtes de Provence, Provence, France

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Rosé Wine

Côtes de Provence, Provence, France

Tasting Notes

Dried Fruit

Dried Fruit

Minerality

Minerality

Pear

Pear

Light

Light

ABV

12.5%

Food Pairing

Pork, Salads & Greens


Product description

Rich-tasting and well-crafted, with flavors of honeysuckle, red cherry and spice. Creamy and lush on the finish.

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  • Cris
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    I think the wine went bad — it arrived in a dingy old container and tasted weird.

  • VM
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    Really solid rose for the price. Classic dry, light and slightly mineral rosé from Provence. I'm a big fan of Whispering Angel and Miraval and this does it for me!

  • EK
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    Tastes rather acidic

  • Jannae W.
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    Haven’t tried it

  • Patrick
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    Great dry rosé. Even better that it comes in a 3L box.

  • Manisha
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    Good table wine

  • Julia
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    this rose is a real crowd pleaser

  • Elyse
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    Refreshing dry wine that isn't too sweet. Mixes well with citrus flavors to make a tasty sangria.

  • Cassandro
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    Light and crisp very good

  • Molly
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    Nice and easy drinking

FAQs

Like white and red wine, rosé is a broad category of wine that is based on its blushing reddish-pink color. Rosé can be made from any red grape grown from any region with popular types including grenache, pinot noir, sangiovese, syrah, and carignan. In Spain, rosé is called rosado and in Italy it is known as rosato. 
A common myth is that all rosé wine is on the sweet side, and while there are certainly some that are quite sweet, you can find alternative styles with very little sweetness.  
When you taste a bottle of rosé, expect a combination of fruity and bright flavors like raspberries, citrus, flowers, and strawberries. A typical rosé will tend to be on the sweet side, but not overly so. 
This is a wine that pairs well with everything. Think salads, roasts, sushi, and fish dishes.
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