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  • Alcohol
    13.00 %
  • Serving Temperature
  • Description
    The name ''En Rosey'' might have been derived from Ro(n)ze, suggesting that it was originally a field overgrown with thorny and bushy vegetation. This is the kind of vegetation that one still encounters on the limestone terrain above the vines. It has a clear, brilliant appearance and a lively, spicy, mineral nose. The palate is fresh with notes of citrus fruits, very well balanced and has a lingering finish.