Off Topic: Ch. De Fesles Rosé d’Anjou “La Chapelle” 2014 – $$
Another rosé for L to try. From the Loire, made from Grolleau grapes.
I tried it as an aperitif – wouldn’t trust it against the Murgh Khorma i was cooking.
12%. Salmon blush.
Lifted fruity aromatics of strawbs, pears, rock melon and golden delicious apples. Very sweet in the mouth. The bouquet carries through on the palate. Luscious. Long slightly bitter finish.