2009 Saint André de Figuière "Cuvée Magali" Côtes de Provence Rosé

SKU #1056980

This is classic salmon colored Provencal rosé made up of cinsault, syrah, cabernet and grenache. It is sourced from their partners outside of the estate. It is still hand harvested by the domaine and vinified at their facility. This wine has subtle aromas of citrus zest and pink grapefruit with a touch of strawberry. It is clean and precise. Last year this was one of our favorites in LA.

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Staff Image By: Jeremy Bohrer | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 6/14/2010 | Send Email
Awesome, fantastic, great blah blah blah...you get the idea. I think wine is great. The perfect summertime Rose. It has body and weight but is light on it's feet too. You could call this a Muhammad Ali wine because it's light on it's feet but will sock you in the mouth.

Staff Image By: Jacques Moreira | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 5/12/2010 | Send Email
This wine transpire Provence. Classically done, with plenty of citrus and strawberry, very clean, and very dry. Beautiful!

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