A great example of this naturally sweeter style of Loire rosé that’s deservedly popular and dangerously easy to drink.
The vineyards are located south of the Loire near Angers and they are well known for the diversity of their terroir. They lie, geologically, on the boundary of the Parisian sediment basin recognised by its white and friable stones, and the old Armorican mountains with their hard, black rock.
Chateau La Variere Cabernet D’Anjou Rose is a demi-sec rosé bursting with softly spiced, ripe, red berry fruit flavours derived from Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc, and a refreshing acidity that makes the palate come alive.
Food Match: Pâtés, terrines, salads or by itself in the sun.