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2013 Puech-Haut Prestige Rose
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- Cellar Drink Now - 1 years (2014-2015)
- ABV 13%
- Closure: Glass Stopper
Every vintage seems to edge closer to Rose Perfection.Translucent, virtually water like colour with a light salmon pink tinge and watery hue. The nose shows very good intensity with aromas of raspberries and cherries intermixed with a touch of Turkish delight blossoming from the glass with some spice end notes. Dry and spicy with nice textural qualities the palate has flavours of spicy raspberries and cherries with some musk on the back palate. Clean crisp dry finish. Aftertaste of spicy dark cherries and musk.
Drink over the next 12 months.
Easily one of the top estates in the Languedoc (if not southern France), Chateau Puech Haut lies just outside the village of Saint-Drezery and is owned and run by Gerard Bru, with consulting help from Philippe Cambie. They produce a number of cuvees, with their entry level efforts representing superb values, and their top cuvees being able to stand toe to toe with the greatest wines in the world.
A fabulous rose that’s perfect for hot summer day quaffing (I know, as I go through more than a case every year), the 2013 Coteaux du Languedoc Prestige Rose is a direct press of 70% Grenache and 30% Cinsault aged all in stainless steel vats. Very light pink in color, it gives up fresh, crisp aromas of rose petal, white peach and hints of melon in its medium-bodied, clean, elegant and hard-to-resist personality. Buy it by the case and enjoy it over the coming summer months.
Jeb Dunnuck – Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate