The Washington Post highlights some great deals this week, including a delicious Rosé made from Pineau d'Aunis. This grape creates a much more refreshing, less fruit-forward rosé that is hitting the rosé scene hard! See below what Dave McIntyre has to say below:
"Pineau d’Aunis is a relatively obscure grape from the Loire Valley that has become a sommelier favorite. This rosé, from a leading Loire Valley producer, is intriguingly delicious, less fruity than the pinot noir pinks of the region, with an herbal, mineral tang that adds to a delightfully refreshing finish. ABV: 13.5 percent. (Dave McIntrye, The Washington Post 9/20)."