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2017 Chateau Miraval Rose (1.5L)

Cinsault from Provence, France

B-21 Top Recommendation
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A-listers from two continents made this the hottest Rosé in the country. They teamed up with the Perrin brothers a few years back to "make a world-class wine in Provence." Folks noticed, especially the Wine Spectator, including the first vintage as the only Rosé on its Top 100 list. I suppose that makes it the best Rosé in the world, if you ask Wine Spectator. And while some have targeted the team, there's no doubting the seriousness of investing $60 million into a project – be it a film or a world-class Rosé. As for me, I taste and drink a lot of Rosé – it's a go-to for me from April 1st until December. And the Provence versions are particular favorites. Is Miraval the greatest Rosé ever? Let me simply say that with all the classy fruit, perfect balance and absolutely refreshing strawberry nuances running through it, it certainly makes a hot, humid day tremendously more bearable. And isn't that what the greatest Rosé wines are all about?

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The 2017 Miraval Côtes De Provence Rosé is gorgeous. Peach, citrus, and raspberry notes all leap from the glass and it's juicy, vibrant, and crisp on the palate. This is terrific, and I suspect the finest vintage to date for this cuvée.

91 points, Jeb Dunnuck (Mar 2018)

Still owned jointly by Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, this beautiful estate has produced a rich, full wine. Made for the owners by the Perrin family of Château de Beaucastel in the Rhône Valley, this wine exhibits great sophistication, with rich caramel and strawberry fruit and spice. Drink now.

91 points, Roger Voss, Wine Enthusiast (Jul 2018)

Alcohol By Volume: 13.0%
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