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Sunday, 3 July 2016

La Princesse IGP Vaucluse 2015 - Cellier Des Princes

A distinctively presented rosé from Cellier des Princes

La Princesse is a new rosé from Rhône-based Cellier des Princes, whose wines I first tried at a Marques et Co-op tasting; there are many things to like about it, not least the funky thermo-senstive label which changes appearance once it reaches the ideal serving temperature of 12C.

The juice in the bottle is not bad either - it has a silver medal from Orange - and it is priced well below the level of an equivalent Provence rosé.

La Princesse IGP Vaucluse 2015 very pale pink, with fresh berry fruit, citrus and tarragon-fennel herbs; persistent finish.

Good.

A summer sipper, or match with langoustines, caramelised red-onion and goat's cheese tart or grilled sole.

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