Maison Ventenac Diane Rosé 2020 – Magnum
- Crisp, dry
Maison Ventenac faces due south with a view to the Pyrenees Mountains that divide France from Spain. Stéphanie and Olivier look after the maison, focussing on approachable wines that speak of the vineyards. Their rosé, named Diane after their niece born in 2013 (the same year this blend was created) is light on its feet, pale in colour and sitting on the dry, savoury side of the pink spectrum. The fruit is leaning towards strawberries and there’s hints of spice and musk adding complexity. The French sure know how to make great rosé and Diane is a shining example, especially in a magnum - twice the fun!
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- 60% cabernet sauvignon, 20% grenache, 20% syrah
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Looks like this is either a wine sourced from various regions in France or it's from a smaller region that we haven't gotten around to writing about for you yet! If it's the former, well, it's hard to make general comments about a multi-regional French wine. So let's assume it's the latter: we've been lazy. Forgive us, there's only two of us, and we're mere mortals. We'll get round to writing something inspirational about this obscure (hopefully, otherwise we're in trouble) region eventually. Meanwhile, shoot in your suggestions (and your resume?), or just rejoice in the fact that there's something magical about heading off the beaten track and telling your friends all about that amazing grape that grows in the hinterlands of a place that doesn't even make it on the map – or Vinomofo's regional writeup section, at least.