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There's a hint of smoky flint on the nose of this rosé, adding interest to the fruity core of white cranberry, watermelon rind and rhubarb. There's a pithy, slightly bitter character to the palate, with a subtle mineral tone unfolding on the back. Pineapple-spiked acidity keeps the mouthfeel lifted and the finish fresh.
Tasting Director/Senior Editor Lauren Buzzeo joined Wine Enthusiast in 2006. Thanks to her father, she developed a strong love for wine at an early age, with an enduring passion and respect for all things vinous. Today, Lauren is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the tasting and review program, and reviews wines from Languedoc-Roussillon and South Africa, as well as beer.Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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