• Kermit Lynch Rosé w/ Bandol Kicker on 7/27

    Friday at 4pm
    Well people now is the time to stock up on some Summer sippers but here's the kicker...we have some Bandol rosé action to deal with. This little collection of rosé from the Kermit Lynch portfolio just came out of the container about a week ago and are ready for your palates.

    One of the most anticipated rosé of the year is...

    2017 Domaine de Terrebrune Bandol Rosé - Young wine, Its aromas are of great finesse: citrus dominance (pink grapefruit, lemon zest) on a dry apricot base, slightly buttered. His mouth is full and complex with spice flavors. It shows a great natural freshness with its minerality without aggressive acidity. Our rosé wines are perfect for mixed salads, crustaceans and rock fish, Provençal cuisine, but also exotic dishes without forgetting cold meats and white meats.

    2017 Domaine du Salvard Cheverny Rosé - An exquisitely balanced rose – like spring in a glass. A must for rosé lovers, it’s both simple and complex at the same time. Salvard has walked that fine line of keeping fruit and acidity completely in check. Delectable. 65% Pinot Noir and 35% Gamay.

    2017 Chateau Thivin Beaujolais Villages Rosé - Delicate fresh fruit aromas and light, tart flavours make this a harmonious and delicate wine for summer drinking. It’s great right through an al fresco meal, from olives to mixed salads and grilled meat, rounding off your repast with fresh red fruit.

    2017 Domaine de la Chanteleuserie Bourgueil Rosé - n the heart of the Touraine in France's Loire Valley, sits the lovely Domaine de la Chanteleuserie on a plateau of limestone. This is the land of the Cabernet Franc grape, known locally as “Breton.” The Chanteleuserie vineyards enjoy full southern exposure on limestone and clay, with a subsoil of porous, chalky tuffeau that also provides cellars with naturally ideal ageing conditions. The utmost care in the vineyard, at harvest and the winery is taken to ensure that the grapes maintain freshness and acidity, thereby avoiding any of the overly rustic qualities found in some Bourgueils.

    Also..I might have another wine showing up as well to round thing off. The shop is cold and the outside is hot...guess where I'm gonna be?!
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