Tablas Creek 2013 Dianthus Estate Mourvèdre-Grenache-Counoise Rosé (Paso Robles)

Picturesque with a crystalline salmon color, it begins with the scent of just-bitten nectarine. The following flavors of tart apple and a slightly bitter salinity ensure the uniqueness of this wine. Mourvèdre (57%) is in the lead, followed closely by Grenache (28%) and Counoise (15%), all coming from the original cuttings of the Château de Beaucastel. This age-worthy blend will be fun to track 2017–2019. Matt Kettmann

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  • Alcohol
    14.3%
  • Bottle Size
    750 ml
  • Category
    Rose
  • Date Published
    7/1/2014
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