2017 J. Mourat "Collection" Val de Loire Rosé

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From the area south of Muscadet known as Fiefs Vendéens, this wine is a blend of Pinot Noir, Cabernet Franc, Negrette and Gamay.

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Staff Image By: Keith Mabry | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 5/1/2018 | Send Email
One of my go-to rosés of the season is always the J. Mourat, and it’s not just the adorable little owl on the label that makes it special for me. The 2017 “Collection” Val de Loire Rosé has a freshness of white peach and a raspberry skin texture that is engaging. I love the feel here and its length on the palate, which is full of the aforementioned raspberry fruit, and there is also a light orange peel note that makes this a great food pairing. With its great acidity and texture allowing it cut through spicy foods, it is a delicious wine to serve with lovely Thai curries or chicken larb.

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