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Whispering Angel Rosé (2021) MAGNUM

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This fresh vintage is an elegant whirl of peach, rose water and summer berries that's lined by zippy citrus and chased by a strawberry-soaked finish.  Whispering Angel is the most popular Provence rosé in America. This fresh vintage has elegant hints of peach, rose water and summer berries and a strawberry-scented finish.. This is typical of the style, light red-fruit & a delightful peachiness with a smattering of that enigmatic "minerality".

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    TypeRosé, Vegetarian
    Vintage2021
    When to DrinkNow
    ProducerChateau d'Esclans
    RegionProvence
    AppellationCôtes de Provence
    GrapesGrenache, Cinsault and Rolle (Vermentino)
    PairingLight Chicken Dishes
    ABV13.5%
    Volume1.5ltr (Magnum)

    If you think you’ve tasted all that Rose wine has to offer, then think again; for you have clearly not sampled the charms of Whispering Angel. As its name suggests, Whispering Angel by Chateau d’Esclans has a delicate and silky texture that is truly unforgettable. This 2021 Provence icon is incredibly fine and elegant with very bright black cherry fruit and grippy, saline tannins.The flavour of Whispering Angel is complex, with layers of flavours; testament to the Provence region it comes fromand on account of the mixture of Grenache, Rolle, Syrah, Tibouren and Cinsault grapes it has been made from.

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    Whispering Angel Rosé (2021) MAGNUM

    Whispering Angel Rosé (2021) MAGNUM

    This fresh vintage is an elegant whirl of peach, rose water and summer berries that's lined by zippy citrus and chased by a strawberry-soaked finish.  Whispering Angel is the most popular Provence rosé in America. This fresh vintage has elegant hints of peach, rose water and summer berries and a strawberry-scented finish.. This is typical of the style, light red-fruit & a delightful peachiness with a smattering of that enigmatic "minerality".

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