Epitomizing a sophisticated, food-driven wine made from Grenache and Rolle (Vermentino), Les Clans (entirely fermented and aged in large French oak barrels) represents a particular disconnect with rosé in general as it is pretty remarkable with the potential to age or, if tempted, to enjoy with great pleasure sooner rather than later. This wine is both rich and exotic while being full-bodied and elegant.
94 Points - James Suckling
Very perfumed with sliced strawberries, crushed stone, cement and some dried flowers. Medium body and a fine, linear palate with licorice and slate. Complex and subtle. Tight, lingering finish with peaches and cream. Drink or hold.
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