Summer Rosé Special: L’été d’Archambeau and Les Ménines Rosé
Love rosé? So do we! We have two remarkable rosés from two different areas of France: Bordeaux and the Rhone. They are both delicious but very different. L’ėtė d’Archambeau hails from the Bordeaux region. It is 100% Cabernet-Sauvignon from 30 year old vines, grown in the rocky clay-limestone of the Graves region. It has a nose of strawberry and peach. Les Ménines is another wonderful wine from Château Ruffinatto in Menerbes, France, a hilltop town in the Rhône valley. This pale pink rosé is from a blend of Grenache, Cinsault and Syrah. It has a nose of fresh strawberry and white flowers. Both wines are well balanced and delicious with food or as an aperitif.