2013 Château Viranel "Tradition" Saint Chinian Rosé

SKU #1160308

Château Viranel is a small family-run domaine located in the picturesque Languedoc appellation of Saint-Chinian. The domaine's rosé is perfect for an apéritif but is also ideal served throughout a meal because of its richness and volume on the palate. Pretty rose petal color. An intense nose of summer fruits (blackberry, raspberry, black currant) and a fresh and fruity attack. The finish is elegant and long. A truly gastronomic rosé from Syrah, Grenache Noir and Cinsault, made by drawing off for Grenache and Syrah. It is an extremely versatile rosé to enjoy with a plethora of dishes including summer barbecues, salads, tagine with prunes, paella, Andalusian gazpacho, terrine of spring vegetables, beef carpaccio, stuffed vegetables, roasted peppers, salmon cakes, ratatouille and many other delicious dishes to match your culinary expertise!

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By: Jeffrey Jones |  K&L Staff Member  |  Review Date: 9/2/2014  | Send Email
A beautiful rose hue to the wine is inviting and a pleasure to observe. There are nice red fruit flavors that are complemented with subtle spice. The Viranel Rose is medium-bodied and dry.

Additional Information:

Varietal:

Rhone Blends

Country:

France

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Sub-Region:

Languedoc-Roussillon

Alcohol Content (%): 13