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4.3

Domaine Lafage La Grande Cuvée Rosé

Domaine Lafage
2016
2019
$24.99
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750 mL
Wine Type
Rosé Wine
RegionLanguedoc-Roussillon
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Country
France
SubregionCôtes du Roussillon
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GrapesGrenacheGrenache GrisMourvedre
Wine Description:
Domaine Lafage La Grande Cuvée Rosé, hailing from the Côtes du Roussillon appellation, stands as a testament to the meticulous craftsmanship of the renowned Domaine Lafage. This exquisite rosé is meticulously curated from 70% Grenache Gris and Noir, and 30% Mourvèdre, sourced from vines that boast an average age of 65 to 80 years. Nestled around the Aspres, the most enchanting vineyards lie beneath the iconic cross of Mount Canigou, a symbol revered by all Catalans. The grapes, carefully hand-harvested from the oldest vines when at their peak ripeness, undergo a gentle pressing following stringent quality control. Notably, 10% of the blend undergoes fermentation and aging in demi-muid barrels for a duration of four months, contributing to the wine's nuanced and refined character. This rosé is a true embodiment of the Catalan terroir, presenting a vibrant and fruit-forward profile with a whisper of the region's rich cultural heritage.
Pros:
  • Made by a prestigious wine producer in the Roussillon region
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Cons:
  • A bit too light for some palates

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4.0
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Expert Rating:

4.3

Wine Expert Note:

Domaine Lafage La Grande Cuvée Rosé is an expressive and vibrant rosé with aromas of cherries and raspberries. On the palate, it has a juicy and crisp character, with notes of citrus and a dry, mineral finish. This is a great example of a Provençal rosé, perfect for enjoying on a warm summer day.
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