2018 Trius Rosé VQA

Salmon in color with a mild nose. On the mid palate the wine displays some nice soft red berry notes, strawberry and a hint of cranberry. On the medium length finish the wine displays some nice vibrant acidity, some mild soft tannins and a hint of spice. It’s nice and dry with some nice complexity with enough bite to hold it’s own with lots of food choices. We paired it with Mac and cheese and it went beautifully! I would give it an 88. On sale right now for $2 off … act now operators are standing by! With value included, this is one of the better Niagara rose’s I’ve had in a while!

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Rosé

750 mL bottle  |   LCBO#:  341743$15.95$17.95 Save $2.00 Limited Time Offer
Until November 10, 2019

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A pioneering Ontario winery, with over thirty years of experience in the Niagara-on-the-Lake wine region. A fragrant blend of gamay noir, pinot gris and syrah, with floral and red fruit notes. Dry and medium-bodied, with strawberry, cherry, and rhubarb flavours. Serve chilled with lamb sliders and grilled vegetables. (Vintages panel, April 2013)Read More 

PRODUCT DETAILS

Release Date:June 22, 2013Bottle Size:750 mL bottleAlcohol/Vol:12.1%Made In:Ontario, CanadaBy:Peller EstatesSugar Content:7 g/LSweetness Descriptor:XD – Extra DryStyle:Medium-bodied & DryVarietal:RoséThis is a VQA wine

From the winery’s web site:

It’s time to rethink pink. This Trius Rosé isn’t just a pretty face. Our Winemaker blended Gamay Noir and Syrah grapes to create this dry, perfectly pink wine. It is light, fresh and fruity with initial flavours of juicy currant, red berry and watermelon before notes of pink grapefruit, currant and a touch of spice on the finish. Incredibly versatile, enjoy Trius Rosé with a wide range of foods including gourmet pizza, Mediterranean appetizers, seafood paella, crab cakes, poached salmon, shellfish and charcuterie. Of course, it’s also always delicious paired with a sunny patio. Serve at a cool 10 to 12°C

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