Tablas Creek 2005 Rosé (Paso Robles)

The first of the highly anticipated '05s are starting to appear, and to judge from this wine, west side Paso Rhônes will be winners. The wine benefited from a cool vintage, allowing the Mourvèdre, Grenache and Counoise long hang time, yet avoiding overly ripe fruit. Dark, fully dry, racy in acidity and full-bodied for a rosé, this complex blush has an almost Pinot Noir-like weight.

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