Campuget has been a reliable source of rosé for at least a decade, and the 2013 is even better than usual. It's now made in a pale copper hue, light, crisp and lean, with aromas and flavors of wet stone, citrus and underripe peach highlighted by a long, lime-driven finish.
Dreyfus, Ashby & Co
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