By: Chiara Shannon | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 8/3/2011 | Send Email
I have a thing for off-dry, low alcohol pink wines. When not too sweet and made with the right balance of acidity, they go where most other wines won't - the pool, the peach, the dessert, the movies, girl's night, river rafting, brunch, breakfast, high tea. They go with food but are just as happy without. And now I have a new pink wine to add to my arsenal - this delightful rose d'Anjou! The nose offers strawberries and cream, and the palate is fruity and fresh, with an underlying creaminess. A touch of minerality at the finish, along with bright acidity, balances the residual sugar. This is off-dry, 11% abv, and my new best friend.