He says: Last year, this was impossible to find locally, but Marquis seems to have some stock of this year’s release. Buy now. Enjoy tomorrow.
She says: What makes this Rosé special (other than its honeymoon status) is that it has a savoury quality that balances its fruit and floral elements.
He says: On the palate, the key for me is the red fruit doesn’t come out swinging, and there’s a beautiful balance of citrus notes without being tart.
She says: An easy drinking, summer sipper, although it may be a little too simple for some.
He says: This would be better served marketed as a Beaujolais/Pinot Noir blend to be drunk at room temperature rather than chilled.
She says: For those of you that loved cherry-flavoured cough syrup growing up, this is the wine for you. It’s definitely not for me.
He says: I can’t really say I’d ever buy this for the price as I find it to be a very bad value proposition.
She says: It was not as balanced as the other wines…
He says: I really enjoyed this wine and wish it was something I could stock a case of at home.
She says: It was a great welcome home.
She says: Could easily drink a bottle on a sunny afternoon… if only we still had some sunshine to come… wishful thinking?
He says: A decent Rosé for $15. I liked the simple fruit-forward nose/palate, with some hints of cream soda both in smell and texture.
She says: It is not often we don’t finish a bottle of wine when we open it but this one went back in the fridge until a couple of days later. It either improved in this time or my expectations were so low that it somehow didn’t seem so bad.
He says: A strange Rosé to say the least in that the drapes don’t match the carpet.