Tasting Notes: With the assistance of famed consulting enologist, Michel Rolland, DiamAndes is producing a wide range of great wines. This brilliant pale pink rosé is no exception. 100% Malbec, it exhibits plenty of attractive bright red and berry fruit aspects. A hint of spice adds to the complexity, and the acidity adds lift and focus.
Tasting Notes: Malbec is Argentina's iconic grape variety, and this rosé is an excellent example of how good it can be, outside of the red wine category. A brilliant pale pink in color, the nose and palate reveal plenty of lovely, delicate red berry fruit, a touch of spice, and acidity which contributes to the wines food friendliness.
Tasting Notes: The combination of Malbec and Pinot Noir helps create a multi-dimensional rosé with layers of aromas, flavors, and complexity. Quite pale salmon in the glass, the nose and palate showcase the elegant and subtle red berry fruit. The balanced acidity, along with texture and structure make this one serious and delicious rosé.
Tasting Notes: Produced from Malbec, from the winery's most iconic vineyard, the wine is s bright salmon pink. The nose and palate both offer plenty of refreshing bright red fruit, with floral hints. The acidity helps maintain the freshness, and lengthy finish.
Tasting Notes: Lots of floral notes on the nose mixed with strong cherry and raspberry notes on the palate. This elegant rose shows its complexity with nice acidity balancing out the fruit and floral notes.
Tasting Notes: White peach, raspberry, and a hint of grapefruit are all over this wine. Crisp and light with a beautiful texture and rich fruit notes make this approachable rose strike a great balance between fruity and fresh.
Tasting Notes: A savory, fruit forward balanced Rhone wine with white flower, raspberry and peach throughout the nose and palate. While red fruit notes are the focus, the underlying zesty mineral driven backbone holds the wine together.
Tasting Notes: If you prefer your Pinot Noir with a bit of graceful sparkle, this is the wine for you. With extended aging on the lees, the bubbles are fine and consistent. The nose and palate are highlighted by sweet red and berry fruit.