April 29, 2013—Fearlessly Archived—Still a fun read, price & availability may have changed.
Not that we want to take all the romance out of winemaking, but let's talk numbers for a minute. Numbers like, 50% of the rosé wines produced in France come from Provence. And 80% of the wine crafted in Provence is rosé. In other words, the Provençal know their rosé, and we know a good value in Côtes de Provencal Rosé when we taste one. Quinson Côtes de Provence Rosé is just that.
Hailing from the area of southern France from Marseilles to Nice, Quinson Côtes de Provence Rosé is a fetchingly dry Rosé with a characteristically light pink hue. Its nose of ripe red berries and spices leads to amply fruity flavors on the palate. Firing up the grill? Quinson is a fitting partner to freshly grilled meats or veggies. It’s also a friend to crisp salads and simple hors d’oeuvres with a Mediterranean flair. And as promised, it’s a sensational value at $5.99* a bottle, every day.
*Quinson Côtes de Provence Rosé is currently available in Trader Joe's stores where wine is sold. It is $5.99 unless otherwise noted here: NH: $6.99 and OH: $7.49. Alcohol availability & price may vary due to state laws, taxes, shipment fees & other such stuff. (If we could, we would.)