Rosé wine review: Rosé D’Anjou Famille Bougrier

Picture3Trying to choose a bottle of rosé wine can be challenging. Standing in a supermarket reading all the bottles trying to decide which you will like the most. Sound familiar? I have the perfect solution for you, a rosé wine you will always go back too…Rosé D’Anjou.

Recommended for those who love fruity wines, Rosé D’Anjou is a fresh and lively French rosé with an enticing, pretty pink colour. It is an off-dry, yet crisp and youthful style of rosé, with exuberant flavours of redcurrant, rosehip and strawberry. Described as summer in a bottle this rosé wine is perfect for the upcoming season.

Like most rosé wines, Rosé D’Anjou  is best served chilled and is deeply refreshing on its own as a aperitif, or pair it with light canapés, soft mild cheeses, salads, and fresh fruits, especially red berries

Rosé D’Anjou is one of the most popular styles of wine made in the cool Loire Valley, and this is a particularly modern, fruity example from the very latest vintage. It has been made from classic Loire red grapes Cabernet Franc and Grolleau, and the winemaker is Eric Laurent, who has worked in South African, Argentinean and American wineries as well as France.

With the rose wine retailing at £7.99 at Marks and Spencer it is perfect for your student budget, and a must bring to any summer events including; BBQ’s, picnics and even festivals!

 

 

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Hannah Palmer

Editor of Student Wire at Student WIre
Editor of Student Wire and Public Relations and Communication student at Leeds Met

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