Ah, yes. It’s another French rosé. It’s still summer, so we need to celebrate good summer wines.
This one is 100% syrah and it’s labeled as a Vin de Pays d’Oc, which means it’s a French “country wine” (i.e. Vin de Pays) from Languedoc (i.e. d’Oc). Vin de Pays is considered a step up from Vin de Table or “table wine” but a step below AOC labeled wines. Regardless of its classification, this is a nice wine.
This rosé shows mostly mineral aromas on the nose, there is also some cherry & raspberry but it’s subtle. The palate shows some strawberry and raspberry flavors, but it’s not an “in your face” kind of fruit. It’s subtle… it’s nice. This is a dry rosé with no sweetness to speak of. The acidity is sufficient. It finishes with mineral and a hint of tart berries.
Wine: Le Jaja de Jau
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Disclosure: This wine was received as a sample.