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Aime Roquesante Cotes de Provence Rose 2015


 Tasting Aimé Roquesante Côtes de Provence Rosé 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: the 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.