2017 Château Saint Jacques d'Albas "La Chapelle en Rose" Minervois Rosé (Previously $16)

SKU #1367459 Jancis Robinson

 Grenache grapes in a pretty, gently bulbous, bottle. Low temperature fermentation nose but very nicely, gently balanced on the palate. Perfect summer aperitif with nice salty grip on the end. Very refreshing and racy. Just the ticket. Fruit but not syrup. (JR)  (6/2018)

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Situated to the east of the walled city of Carcassonne and in the shadow of the Montagne Noire (Black Mountains) lies Minervois. The village of Laure-Minervois is home to Château Saint Jacques d'Albas, a 90-hectare hillside estate. Some 26 hectares of the estate are planted to vines, with the rest composed of forests and creeks acting as a natural barrier to their neighbors. At the winery, a small team, led by owner Graham Nutter, crafts superb reds, whites and rosés, all of which are farmed organically. The "La Chapelle en Rose" is a blend of 50% direct-press Grenache, 40% Mourvedre, and 10% Roussanne. It is fresh, lively and oh, so inviting.

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By: Cameron Price | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 4/8/2019 | Send Email
Definitely a 'bigger' rosé. This pink wine packs a distinct sweet raspberry nose with a strawberry jam palate. Surprisingly refreshing with just a touch of sweetness makes this a great wine to kick-off your evening apéritif!

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Alcohol Content (%): 13.5