Domaine de Beaurenard has been a consistent critical darling over many, many years in the business like when they graced the Thanksgiving cover of Wine Spectator the year before last. The importer has been after me for years to ‘work’ more with their wines as he puts it.
And yes – their red CDPs often grab rave reviews, but it’s their full-throttled whites that I’ve always been most interested in – whites that set the standard for much of the region. As Jeb Dunnuck said, “This estate consistently makes one of the most classic, age worthy whites in the appellation…”
In that same Wine Spectator issue – three of the top ten white Chateauneufs of the year went to Beaurenard. So it’s hard to go wrong, but they will set you back close to a hundred bucks.
Despite the parade of consistent 93+ ratings, the wine we’re offering today offers the best value of the whole bunch without having been blessed with a critic score. An absolute knockout — a fragrant, dry Rosé that shows why the Coulon brothers wines are such a prized commodity in the south of France. The Biotiful Fox Rosé shows off high tone notes of cherries, mandarin, pear, and apple with a great middle and a long, dry finish. It’s a perfect compliment for warm, sunny weather.
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