2017 Puech-Haut "Prestige" Saint-Drezery Rosé

SKU #1352868 91 points Jeb Dunnuck

 The 2017 Prestige Rosé is another beautiful rosé from this estate. Spice, underbrush, cherries, citrus blossom and beautiful minerality all emerge from the glass and it’s rich, yet also fresh and crisp. It's a food rosé to drink over the coming year. It’s a blend of 60/40 Grenache and Cinsault aged in tank.  (2/2018)

Jancis Robinson

 Tasted blind. 40% Cinsault, 60% Grenache. RS < 1 g/l, pH 3.37. 30-year-old vines. Stainless steel. Direct pressing. Super-pale onion-skin colour. A light veil of smokiness over fresh rhubarb. Savoury rather than sweet -- creamy almonds with a feather brush of nectarine and spice on a palate flooded with morning light. Fine, fine balance. On tiptoe. Hard to pin down -- almost diaphanous, and yet there is a tightly wired intensity. 17/20 points. Drink 2018 - 2021. (TC)  (6/2018)

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