I loved the 2013 Bandol Rose. This classic beauty offers lots of strawberry, citrus blossom and a touch of orange rind in a medium-bodied, classy, perfectly balanced package. A blend of 70% Mourvèdre, 20% Grenache and 10% Cinsault, it has bright acidity,
t is one of those rare wines that, at their best, combine fun with seriousness. This is a lovely introduction. Pale pink, it nods to the fresher side - roses, mandarine orange and southern French herbs such as thyme and a salty inference of the sea on the nose, before showing a textured, balanced jammy fruit side. This combination makes for a glass that is dangerously easy to drink, but will also hold your attention for the duration of the bottle.~
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