Region/History Notes: Grolleau is a grape grown primarily in the Loire Valley and is most often made into rosés, especially in the Anjou district. Its vibrant acidity and dark coloring add quite a bit to this fun rosé.
Tasting Notes: Some rosés are savory and zesty, some are borderline sweet they are so fruit forward, but one of my favorite styles is the dry rosé that is mouthwateringly juicy and vibrant, without being sweet, that just makes you want another sip, and another sip, and another… bottle! This is that rosé for me and will be a staple in my fridge all summer long to pack in my cooler to take to the beach and bring as a host gift to every grill out I am invited to. Drink it and enjoy the summer and don’t think too much about it- this a wine meant to be consumed often and with gusto!