We enjoy rosé all year round, while I know some treat it like white shoes after Labor Day as a strict no-no. Pure silliness in my book as I think one misses out on some yummy pink throughout the year. Mont Gravet rosé is a bottle I turn to time and again because we really like it and the price is crazy good. At 10 bucks a bottle, this is wine to reach for when serving a crowd or large party. It works splendidly with food as well as enjoying a glass all by itself. A double winner!
From some web searching: Mont Gravet rosé comes from specially selected Cinsault vineyards in the Languedoc region, located near the warm Mediterranean shoreline in Southern France. The Cinsault variety is also one of the main varietals used in the production of Provence rosé and some of the best reds of the Southern Rhone Valley.
This rosé is a wonderful ‘anytime’ wine and a delicious aperitif. It pairs well with a wide variety of foods, is refreshing, savory and well-balanced.
Mont Gravet rosé is a wonderfully fresh and fruit forward dry rosé wine. It has lovely aromas of raspberry and blackberry and is full body and long on the palate.