David M. Bueker wrote:2009 Edmunds St. John Bone Jolly Gamay Rose
Ok, so I opened this a day early, but at least I can get another note in. Perhaps I have caught Gilman disease, as I swear it was a bit chemical/rubery/tinny for the first hour, but after that there was nothing but strawberries, chalk and all the things I have come to know and love in this wine.I still think the 2006 is the best version of this Rose that Steve has ever made, but I will happily slurp down the 2009 this summer.
Shaji M wrote:David,
I am all for Rosé! With winter still lingering in Northern Nevada like an unwanted house guest, the window to drink them will be woefully brief
JC (NC) wrote:I'm opening a Cotes du Rhone rose' tonight. I'm going to need a couple glasses as I am also cleaning the refrigerator tonight.
Lisa B wrote:I'm just sipping a 2009 rosé from Tavel
Kelly Young wrote:I am rapidly becoming a fan of all of the Balbo wines
Bob Parsons Alberta. wrote:WTN: `09 Château de Lancyre Coteaux du Languedoc Pic St. Loup Rosé.
I opened a bottle when down south in Milk River area last week. Everyone enjoyed this delicious rose and I intend to open another bottle this weekend! For me this is the best pinkie Lancyre has produced in the past three years.
Pale pink, almost medium-bodied with dried herbs and a juicy mid-palate. Great mouthfeel, especially in mid-palate. berryish, wonderful acidity. Winner at $19 Cdn.
Stay tuned, think David has a bottle lined up too?
Kelly, that Balbo seems to be a good wine eh. Might be here in town?
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