- Rosé 2017
- France > Burgundy
- Rose, Dry, Light-Bodied, Fruity, Crisp
- Salty to spicy, fish to fowl, a vibrant Gamay Rosé compliments almost any meal.
- Serve with tapenade, slathered on a crusty baguette,
- caper-topped salmon filets
- or ricotta-stuffed shells.
Nose: Medium Intensity, youthful, citrus fruits, floral, red fruits
Mouth: Light Bodied, dry, medium-high acidity, moderate-high intensity, medium finish, lemon, cherry, mineral
- From a forgotten vineyard caught between Morgon and Brouilly, originally planted a century ago, Chateau Cambon is the creation of a cult-Beaujolais triad; the coming together of (the late) Marcel Lapierre, Jean-Claude Chanudet (w/wife Genevieve) and Joseph Chamonard. Using natural yeasts and little or no sulfites, Cambon's spirited rosé transcends the Beaujolais category.
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