Château Saint Baillon 2015 Réserve du Château Rosé (Côtes de Provence) Review

The Château Saint Baillon 2015 Réserve du Château Rosé (Côtes de Provence) wine is of the Rosé variety from France, produced within the Réserve du Château vineyard in the Provence province. The cost is $16. This wine has a score of 75/100 (a respectable score, albeit nothing remarkable).

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  • This opens with a balsamic nose of woodspice, dried rose petals, pressed rose hips and a whiff of smoke. The palate offers ripe red-fruit notes along with a touch of spicy sage alongside bright acidity. It’s a lively, easy-drinking red with a mouthwatering finish.
  • This is a fresh, clean, fruity and citrus-driven ros. It is light bodied and fresh, with a crisp, ruby-colored aftertaste. Drink now.
  • This is a delicious, simple white that is soft, rounded and fruity. It has a creamy texture and attractive yellow fruit flavors that give a lift to the wine’s fresh finish.
  • Ripe apple and fresh apple skin flavors are joined by a fresh, crisp texture and modest acidity. The wine is clean and crisp with a crisp, crisp aftertaste.
  • The past eight years in this wine have been a tour de force. This is a fine example of the wine’s character. It is structured and dense and has a fine balance between acidity and a soft, supple texture. There is a mineral texture that gives a crispness as well as the fruit. The acidity is just right to keep this wine from oxidizing too much. Drink from 2014.
  • This is a dense wine, tannic and firm. It is firm, dry and firm. The texture gives a crisp aftertaste that is still developing. The fruit has a strong herbal aspect that needs time to soften. Drink from 1.2.2015.
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