Written on: 17/10/2004 by jamesb2 (1 review written)
Full of flavour, well balanced against the alcohol content, unlike some Ros 's. Lovely berry tones and refreshing mouthful for warm summer days or cosy indoor 'by the fire' christmas apperitif.
Hard pushed to find any bad points. Just make sure its well chilled before serving.
I found this Waitrose Ros d'Anjou 2003 France to be the best Ros I had tried in a long while. It proves 2003 will be a vintage like no other. Fruity, sophisticated and refreshing. A great buy.
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