Rosé season is back! Wait a minute—rosé season never left. Rosé season is just a social construct designed to deprive us of one of the most delicious, refreshing, versatile beverages in the world for several months out of the year. Is it a marketing scam? A ploy from the devil? A social media campaign carried out by jealous producers of full-bodied reds? Forgive me for getting off topic. The Corbières Gris de Gris is back in stock—that’s why we’re here. The 2017 has a delicate, pale salmon color, tantalizing as ever, and it is succulently fruity on the nose and palate. “Succulent” in the sense of biting into a ripe fruit—or, rather, a cornucopia of ripe fruits—and feeling them burst under your teeth, spattering your taste buds with delectable flavors of fresh citrus and berries. And then, the finish: crisp, dry, lip-smacking as ever. Rosé season lasts 365 days, my friends, and the calendar has just renewed!
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