I discovered this Rosè in 2013. It captured me immediately. I dislike "lightweight" Rosè, worst is the Zinfandel from California, but also the Cerasuolo from Italian's Abbruzzi is not for me. This wine is different. It is strong with 15% alcohol, but nevertheless perfectly harmonious. With food it is a kind of swiss "knife" wine. But I can simply have it when I want to have a drink before dinner.
It goes well with spicy foods and dishes , with nuts as seasonings——such as Sichuan food，the wine will contribute complexity to the dual，and you can admire the structure better with food. also pairing this wine with crab is a genius touch！
Astonishing stable quality through different vintages. And a price/quality ratio hit! It has become lighter though through the years. The 2018 edition is more elegant than those before. More citrus and st onefruit than tropicals, less alcohol (13.5%) ..Still one of my favourite Rose's