Top 10 wines in the US press

3rd October, 2013 by Andy Young

2012 Jaboulet Parallèle 45 Côtes du Rhône rosé

2012 Jaboulet Parallèle 45 Côtes du Rhône roséIrene Virbila wrote in the LA Times, that “the 2012 Jaboulet Parallèle 45 Côtes du Rhône rosé is dry and clean, and it goes with almost everything.”

She added: “Made from a blend of Grenache and Cinsault with a little Syrah, this rosé from the Côtes du Rhône is a bargain at $10. It’s not going to outclass Domaine Tempier rosé, but for a big dinner party, this is the one. Dry and clean, it tastes of wild strawberries and gentle spices, a good foil for classic tapenade spread on toasts, vegetarian dishes, late summer pasta dishes and more. I’ve been enjoying a glass as an apéritif with some olives and toasted almonds.”

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