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Ogier Cotes du Ventoux Rosé 2021 Wine Review

Ogier Cotes du Ventoux Rosé 2021

Ogier Cotes du Ventoux Rosé 2021

Cotes du Ventoux, Rhone, France

Community Score:88/100

Community Reviews: 2

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Price: $14.75

Drink: 2022-2024

Bottle size: 750 ml

Alcohol: 13%

Sweetness: Dry

Wine Type: Rosés


Winery: Ogier

Agent: Select Wine Merchants Inc.

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Reviews and Ratings

Craig Haynes - WSET3 FWS SWS IWS rated this wine as 89/100 with the following review:

Fresh and cheerful, this Rosé hit the spot for me on hot, July afternoon.
Crafted with Grenache, Syrah and Cinsault, this Rosé has delicate aromas and flavours. This characteristic is not a problem in my opinion.

In my glass, the aromas are fresh and appealing, reminiscent of green pears, red berries, honeydew melon, and a light scent of salt. It tastes mainly of crisp green pears and slightly sweet melon with some red fruit in a good way.

I like how this creation from France’s Ventoux appellation feels when chilled. Medium to full bodied, dry with micro doses of sweetness, modest in acidity, and with some playful coarseness on my tongue.

Seafood will pair nicely with this. I served it to nice effect with pizza slices topped with tomato sauce, prosciutto, and arugula.

Reviewed July 2022
Matt Steeves - Certified Sommelier rated this wine as 88/100 with the following review:

This vibrant Rosé from France's Rhone Valley brings together Grenache, Syrah, and Cinsault in a fragrant and refreshing style making it perfectly suited for enjoying in the summer sun. Look for strawberry, whipped cream, floral blossoms and sweet herbs on the nose. Medium bodied, it's creamy with hints of strawberry, orchard fruit, and citrus on the finish. Serve well chilled and enjoy with grilled shrimp and chicken skewers with fresh lemon. Tasted August 2022. 88 points. Matt Steeves - www.quercusvino.ca

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