Gimonnet-Oger Grande Reserve Rosé Premier Cru
A serious rosé, this is dry, masculine, and representative of the region. Red berry fruit, especially raspberries, jump out of the glass. The base wine is from 2005 and this cuvée shows that age beautifully. It is balanced with chalk, minerals, baked fruits, and a Pinot Noir tone running throughout. Dry as a desert, this rosé is not for everyone, but the right candidate will absolutely love it!