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Aime Roquesante Cotes de Provence Rose 2015


Today is THIS day. One of the last days of summer. I’ve just thought about keeping summer a little bit longer…

I put my work aside for a while. Direction: kitchen.

Let’s see… Grilled chicken, some steamed vegetables… Definitely I need something more. Something dry to make my food wet. Not very sophisticated. Just easy-drinking, pleasant, fruity wine for a quick lunch. Summer wine. And I am pretty lucky: one bottle of rosé at the bottom of the fridge!

The bottle–typical for French rosés from Côtes de Provence–curvy as Ashley Graham. Nice.

Checking the price. Also very nice: $8,90. Perfect for a little break from work.

Name: Aimé Roquesante Côtes de Provence Rosé 2015. Love French language…

Ok. Pouring my cold curvy rosé into the glass.

Watermelon. Yes. And a rhubarb. I like that. Hope it is not sweet…

Thank God it isn’t. Dry, crisp, refreshing, with a pleasant mineral finish. Made of Syrah, Grenache and Cinsault. Ideal for my chicken.

And for keeping summer for one day more.


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