We are back with our latest edition of #RoséExposé! Provence may be the best-known rosé producing region of France, but that doesn't make it the only one. This week we are excited to share with you two French rosés, one that hails from Touraine and the other from Beaujolais.
#RoséExposé Part IV featuring:
2018 Caves de La Tourangelle Touraine Rosé
Light, delicate, and refreshing! A fruity nose of strawberry and floral aromas leads into a round and fresh palate. Flavors of raspberry, strawberry, and citrus makes this zesty rosé that more enjoyable. For less than $15, this is a must-try this weekend!
2018 Dupeuble Pere et Fils Beaujolais Rosé
100% Gamay, Domaine Dupeuble delivers a smooth and easy drinking rosé at a friendly price. Aromas of red berry leads into a fresh and fruity palate of red currant, cherry, and orange zest with a rounded finish. Once trying, you'll be wishing you've been sipping on this one all summer long!