2017 Terra Santa Ile de Beaute Rosé Corsica (Previously $10)

SKU #1356218 Wine Spectator

 Plump and open, with breezy strawberry and white raspberry fruit flavors, featuring a quick finish. (JM, Web-2018)

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The Union de Vingerons de l'Ile de Beaute (UVIB) is an association of growers on the island of Corsica based near the town of Aléria. Their Terra Santa Rosé is 100% Sciaccarellu, a grape native to the island. It is pale pink with crisp berry fruit, notes of white raspberry and strawberry. The beauty of Corsican rosés is the intensity and texture of the wines. Discover the region with this terrific value.

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By: John Majeski | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 10/1/2018 | Send Email
The delight in drinking many rosés, apart from their attractive price, lies in their versatility, the ability to work the table with a wide array of dishes, leaving palates refreshed and invigorated. Under the radar Corsican rosés, crafted from obscure native grapes like ‘Sciaccarellu’ could win a spelling bee, but they also prove that crisp texture, lovely acidity and enticing red fruits can charm anyone. Proof that the right choice is often neither red nor white, but pink!

By: Morgan Laurie | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 7/21/2018 | Send Email
I discovered this fun little Rose last year and I am so happy its back! Bright and fresh with great texture and notes of crisp red fruits, this is a must for picnics, parties or Sunday afternoon sipping!

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