2017 Domaine Vico Corse Rosé (Corsica) (Previously $15)

SKU #1367451 Wine Enthusiast

 A blend of Niellucciu and Sciaccarelli, this crisply fruity wine has a ripe undertow of red-berry flavors. Acidity keeps it fresh, allowing the rich fruitiness to shine. (RV)  (11/2018)

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By: Gary Westby | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 7/31/2018 | Send Email
The rosé of Corsica has taken the staff of K&L by storm over the last few years. The Domaine Vico is a delicious example, with more dark fruit and presence than our provencal bottlings, but not the excess alcohol or weight of the Rhone or domestic offerings. We had this at our staff barbeque with a tomato tart that Cinnamon had made, and it was fantastic. It is also great for just sipping in the yard!
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