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Berrys' Rosé, Jean-Luc Terrier & C. Collovray (Stelvin)

Berrys' Rose, Jean-Luc Terrier & C. Collovray (Stelvin)
A blend of Syrah, Merlot and Cinsault, with a relatively deep strawberry colour and attractive hedgerow aromas. The red-fruit notes on the palate are pleasingly poised between the structured and the fruity, between white wine elegance and red wine weight. But as with all the best rosés, this is far more than an amalgam of red and white; it has its own personality and is as equally well-suited to the pre-prandial terrace as to the table itself.

Jean Luc Terrier is one of the most gifted winemakers in France. He has made his name at the acclaimed Domaine des Deux Roches in Burgundy and is now forging a similar reputation for his range of Languedoc wines, farmed high in the foothills of
Limoux around the scenic village of Antugnac.
Simon Field MW - Wine Buyer
J L Terrier & C Collovray

Berrys' Rose, Jean-Luc Terrier & C. Collovray (Stelvin)
Product: 909669
Maturity: Drink now
Origin: France » Vin de Pays » Vin de Pays d'Oc Map of the region
Grape Variety: Southern Rhône Blend
Style: Light Bodied, Dry, 13% alcohol
Closure Type: Cork
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by great value, easy drinking I find as do many of our friends that this is very drinkable and fantastic for picnics, barbecues as well as lunches. the value offered by the low price point makes it a natural choice when entertaining, especially with the young! 02 August 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by There is not a better summer wine Again this wine hits all the right notes for summer. Fresh with acidity to keep things lively and enough fruit to feel the wine. The alcohol content is high (ish) but well managed. Easily opened for the table or while tending a grill outdoors. 26 June 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Surprisingly good... I have been trying various roses over the spring trying to find a summer staple and this has surprisingly (for me anyway) been the best so far. Lovely pale pink huw, subtle nose, very quaffable. A little sweetness initially on the palate but not too cloying. Drink it nice and cold. I shall be buying a case for consumption over the, hopefully, warm summer!!! 24 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lazy Hazy Fully of ripe berries this wine oozes friends. It's a really good value but of above average quaffable every summer day wine which hits all the right notes of what is expected from a House Rose but is seldom achieved. 17 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by no headache with few exceptions most rosés' tend to punish the drinker with a nasty, sometimes immediate headache. Berry's Terrier & Cie rosé is one of these few laudable exceptions. 10 June 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by perfect for the sunny back garden,if we get a summer this is a good wine for every day drinking in the sun while waiting for the bbq to heat up.A good fruity flavour but without a prolonged aftertaste 09 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very good summer rose Had this at a local pub in the sunshine and it didn't disappoint when the cases arrived and we drank it in the garden at home!  08 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by wine for the masses Cheap, great value wine. Miles away from the cliché cheap Californian pinks that can be obtained for a similar price. I'll buy more of this soon for casual summer use in bulk. 03 June 2014
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