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Gerard Bertrand Gris Blanc 2018


Synopsis, Our Opinion: A SUPER value Rose from Southern France.

Producer/Winery: Gerard Bertrand; Narbonne, France.

Grape Variety: Grenache Gris

Geographic Appellation,, Region, Country: Pays D’OC, France.

Vintage: 2018

Price: $11.00

Purchased From: Undercurrent Restaurant; Greensboro, North Carolina.

Paired With: BBQ chicken sandwich and stir fried squash, onions and garlic.

Tasting:

    Chilled before drinking. Clear, with just a slight pink tint. Fresh citrus, raspberry, strawberry and melon aromas with occasional whiffs of apricot. Smooth, dusty mineral mouthfeel, medium body and a 200-grit texture. Energetic lemon, green bell pepper, apple and honey dew melon flavors with just a touch of peppery spice. Lots of bright acidity and a long slightly bitter fruit and mineral finish that ends with a chalky aftertaste. WOW a surprise because it was better than we expected…we originally had this at a Rose tasting at the Undercurrent Restaurant, but it was much better than we remembered. It was filled with mouth-watering dryness, lively fresh fruit, VERY refreshing and the touch of mineral in the finish that really made it a winner. A SUPER value Rose from Southern France.

Gerard Bertrand in his vineyard
Photo from Gerard Bertrand.

Comments: Learn more about Gerard Bertrand and his wines.

See also: our reviews of other Gerard Bertrand wines.

Alcohol Content: 13%

Closure: Screw cap.

UPC Code: 8 94254 00282 4

Imported by: USA Wine West; Sausalito, California.