Château d’Esclans 2008 Rosé Garrus Côtes de Provence

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    The son of Alexis Lichine—a leading figure of 20th-century winemaking—Sacha Lichine, proprietor of Château d’Esclans, has raised industry eyebrows with his unwavering dedication to crafting the world’s finest rosé. Though lesser talents may struggle to imbue this typically humble style of wine with true complexity, Lichine achieves astonishing results. The 2008 Garrus’ creamy texture is overlaid with delicate notes of granite, wild strawberry, and dried rose petals.

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