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CHÂTEAU D'AQUÉRIA TAVEL 2019 AC Tavel
Vintage Assessments Tasting Note Producer CHÂTEAU D'AQUÉRIA
Assessed from a bottle purchased at the LCBO. Bright light reddish colour. Intense, slightly spicy, ripe, red- apple-plum nose with some mineral notes. Dry, medium bodied, nicely structured, tangy, spicy, ripe apple-plum flavours with a lingering, bright, fresh, still youthful, frais de bois finish. Versatile - would work well with salmon and even roast chicken. Perfect for a Sunday brunch. The Château d’Aqueria dates back to 1595 and Louis Joseph d’Aqueria. Now for three generations dating back to 1919, the Olivier family owns and runs Château d’Aqueria. The AOC was established in 1936 and the entire Southern Rhone commune of Tavel is dedicated 100% to Rosé - no reds or whites. This hefty classic 2019 Tavel is a new blend of 52% Grenache Noir with 12% Syrah, 11% Mourvèdre, 9% Clairette, 9% Cinsault, 5% Bourboulenc and 2% Picpoul . It has 14% alcohol and 2 g/L residual sugar with lot number LT0020 on the back label. CSPC 319368
Type Rosé Table Wine
Agent Nob Est
Country France
Region Rhône
Rating ***(90 points)
Dry, Tangy, Ripe,
LCBO Text Status Recommended by Vintage Assessments!
A Best Buy
TASTING NOTE: From one of the world's benchmark regions for rosé wines comes this perennial Vintages customer favourite. Tavel is synonymous with robust, concentrated rosés that reflect floral lavender tones with apple, strawberry, herbs and earth. As always, you can expect this impressive wine to be a perfect pairing for a range of foods including grilled chicken, seafood or pork chops. Price $ 24.95
Bottle Size 750 mL
Tasting Date vintages release - June 13, 2020
Cases bought 649 (12 bottles per case)

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