2012 Les Ligeriens Rosé d'Anjou (last of vintage) (Previously $10)

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This is a fresh, low-alcohol, and affordable rosé for your warm summer days. The Les Ligeriens is a blend of Gamay and Grolleau from the Anjou AOC which is aged in stainless steel to maintain the purity of the fruit. Strawberry-scented with flavors of strawberry, cherry and cranberry are enlivined on a crisp, refreshing palate. Drink it as an aperitif or with your favorite foods off the grill.

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Staff Image By: Sarah Covey | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 7/20/2013 | Send Email
Fans of classic Rose d'Anjou rejoice! This vintage of Les Ligeriens is freakishly good. Candied strawberry, watermelon Jolly Rancher, bright citrus and hints of peach. Medium acidity, slightly off-dry, and very well-balanced. Ridiculously drinkable, affordable and only 11% alcohol! Stock up!
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Alcohol Content (%): 11