(2018) The 6.2g/l of residual sugar in this grenache pink from Torres does not make itslef felt as obvious sweetness. Relatively pale pecahy-pink, the nose is dry and Provençal in style, a little flowers or herbs and small red fruits, a touch of citrus. In the mouth good sweetness of fruit, but the acidity cleanses and persists, so the finish feels dry and moreish.
What a fine and unsual rosé this is, a blend of Pinot Noir and Merlot, with it zingy bold pink colour and bucketload of fresh cherry and crunchy red berry fruit. Lots of charm and bold fruit, but structure too, a big orangy core of acidity keeping it all together. Drink with paella perhaps?
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