A fresh and fruity rosé from France's Loire valley.
The Château de Montguéret is located in the heart of Anjou, to the south of the Loire River. Their Rosé D'Anjou is a blend of 70% Grolleau, a local red grape whose acidity and fruit flavors are perfect for rosé, and 30% Gamay, the famous red grape of Beaujolais.
The nose is expressive with aromas of red fruits, especially raspberry and strawberry. The mouth is round and soft, thanks to the complexity of the aromas. The finish is fresh, fruity with a touch of sweetness. As an aperitif, it goes wonderfully with good, everyday dishes: cured meats, whitebait, savory quiches and tarts, and creative summer salads. It can also stand up to heartier fare like grilled meats, grilled poultry, and exotic, lightly spiced dishes. (from the Vintner)