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Rosé Wine / France / Rhone / Vaucluse IGP / 12,5 % vol
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LE TRIPORTEUR ROSE 2021

0,75 L Rosé Wine / France / Rhone / Vaucluse IGP / 12,5 % vol

19.0/20
Verified taster: David L. 04/15/2022 Wine expert

I enjoyed this rosé with my wife on a weekday evening with some sushi... The marriage was ideal (I'm not talking about mine!) more reviews

Like the film, this wine invites you to experience France and the jovial festive side of the French! A Classic!
A nose of strawberry, toffee, acid drops and grenadine offers a real return to childhood. The palate is soft, fruity and tonic. A pretty thirst-quenching rosé to accompany picnics, happy hours and barbecues with friends. This is a new discovery to open without feeling guilty or breaking the bank.
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LE TRIPORTEUR ROSE 2021
  Vintage
2021
  Grape Variety
70% Grenache, 15% Syrah, 15% Cinsault
  Character
Lively and fruity rosé wine
  Style
Fruity
  Service Temperature
10-12°C
  Service
Direct from bottle
  Storage instructions
To drink within 2 years
  Food and wine matching
Aperitif, Deli meats, White meat, Barbecue


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19.0/20
Verified taster: 04/15/2022 Wine expert

I enjoyed this rosé with my wife on a weekday evening with some sushi... The marriage was ideal (I'm not talking about mine!)

LE TRIPORTEUR

Le Triporteur (The Tricyclist) is a comedy produced in 1957 by Jacques Pinoteau. This film brought Darry Cowl to the big screen. This actor plays the role of a candid character who travels by tricycle to Nice to attend the final of the football cup and support his village. Like the film, this wine invites you to enjoy French good life, joviality and a festive French side. This wine is an IGP Vaucluse "Principauté d'Orange" which is produced in the former territory of the Princes of Orange (1230-1793), in a smaller area than the classic IGP Vaucluse.

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