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(2021) Well, far be it from me to argue, but for me not the perfect rosé, that due simply to the fact that there's rather too much residual sugar and not quite enough punch to the acidity to balance. It's a pretty colour, and the Chambourcin hybrid grapes give lots of attractive fruit too, some little herbal and nettle nuances and lots of creamy summer berries, but the finish is definitely medium-sweet, and for a British palate the wine might be best suited to strawberry shortcake-type desserts perhaps?
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