Apollo's Praise Dry Rosé


Drawing more inspiration from Tavel than Provence, this Dry Rosé tends to the darker and more structured side with bramble fruit aromatics to complement its bigger body. While still enjoyable on its own, this is a Rosé that we hope has a place at the dining table all four seasons of the year. Aromas of pomegranate, raspberry, and tomato jump out immediately. A midpalate of density and even some tannic structure is enrobed
with generous berry fruit flavors and opulence. A burst of mango in the finish leads to a long finish that could be called mineral, but we would also (positively!) call slightly bitter. These contrasts make for a wine that is excellent with food or on its own; it keeps drawing you back for more.