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Did You Know Rosé Is Really a Red Wine?
Chill with Frosty 90 Point Dry Rosé
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Enjoy an chilled glass of wine without missing the red wine flavors of Grenache, Syrah and Mourvedre. Rosé is routinely categorized as a white wine, but it is actually made from red wine grapes, just with less skin contact during fermentation so the color is light.
Soaking up the sun or grilling some bbq? Instead of reaching for a beer, go for the classy, dry 2012 Mas Carlot Costieres de Nimes Cuvee Tradition from the Southern Rhone, France. Cool and refreshing, it will satisfy your palate and your pocketbook!
90 Points! - Wine Advocate: "Light salmon in color with an orange hue, the wine is rich, medium-bodied and loaded with flavor."
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2012 Mas Carlot Rosé
Margerum Ranch Vineyard + Dampier Vineyard, Klickitat, WA
90 Points! — Wine Advocate
87 Points! — Robert Parker:
"My favorite is actually the Mas Carlot Costieres de Nimes Cuvee Tradition (rosé), which is largely sold out, but what a wonderful wine, made from Grenache, Syrah and Mourvedre. Light salmon in color with an orange hue, the wine is rich, medium-bodied and loaded with flavor."