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Rosé d'Anjou (France)

Rosé d'Anjou is an AOC in the Anjou district in the western Loire Valley.

Typical Flavors

Strawberry
Strawberry
Raspberry
Raspberry
Currant
Red
Currant
Apple
Apple

Mint
Mint
Rose
Roses
Candy
Candy
Pepper
Pepper

Red Berry and Fruit are typical Rosé d'Anjou flavors.

Hints of Minty, Roses, and Candy.

Profile

Rosé d'Anjou is known to be lightly sweet with a vibrant acidity:

SUGAROff-Dry
BODYMedium - Light
FRUITMedium
ACIDITYHigh
Serving temperature:
10-12°C (50-54°F)

Food Pairing


Antipasti
Tapas
Ham
Charcuterie
Salami
Salami
Quiche
Quiche

Hamburger
Spicy
Hamburger
Spicy Asian
Spicy Asian
Chicken
Chicken
Pork
Pork

Rosé d'Anjou wines are food friendly, and pair well with barbecues and street food.

Pairing Suggestions

Excellent Pairing:
Aperitif.
Charcuterie. Melon and Parma Ham.
Fried Fish. Fish Goujons.
Spicy Asian. Thai. Mexican. Tex Mex.
Mildly Spiced Curry and Rice.
Chicken Tikka Malai. Chicken Enchilladas.
Barbequed Meat. Roasted Chicken. Pork.
Vegetable Quiche. Fruit Salad.

French Secialities:
Roasted Vegetable Quiche.
Fried Whitebait with Aioli (Fried Sardines).

AOC

Rosé d'Anjou wines are made from a majority of Grolleau Noir (a grape permitted in very few other wine appellations).

Other grapes permitted are Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Gamay, Pineau d'Aunis, and Grolleau Gris.

Loire Wine Region

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