Still drinking nicely, the 2016 Miraval Côtes De Provence Rosé lacks a touch of the vibrancy found in the 2017, yet is certainly still impressive and I’d happily drink a glass. Raspberries, orange blossom, and spicy characteristics all emerge from this medium-bodied, supple, nicely polished rosé that's best drunk up over the coming 3-6 months.
Pretty pale color, petal pink, elegant with shiny reflections. This 2017 presents a very beautiful and intense aromatic expression of fresh fruit and spring flowers. In the mouth, the acidity is refreshing; a great elegance and a nice balance dominate, with a saline finish.
The wine is issued from the Château’s best parcels (Muriers, Longue, Romarin), and from selected parcels in the best terroirs of Provence. Clay & Limestone vineyard, partially in terraces located at an average of 1200 feet above sea level. Miraval's cold air pulling valley offers greater diurnal temperature variation.
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