Top 10 wines in the US press

10th October, 2013 by Andy Young

Chateau de Berne, Cotes de Provence, Impatience Rose 2012

Chateau de Berne, Cotes de Provence, Impatience Rose 2012In the Dallas Morning News, Rebecca Murphy recommended this wine from Provence, writing that the area is “the place where it’s easy to imagine oneself sipping a pale pink wine instead of a café au lait with the morning croissant.”

She added: “It’s the home of this delightful wine, with fetching strawberry and raspberry aromas and flavours from Grenache and spicy cherry flavour from Cinsault. It is light and lacy in the mouth, with lively acidity. Enjoy it as an aperitif or with chicken salad.”

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