We recently tasted the 2010 Domaine de Triennes Rosé from Provence in France and it was remarkable. It’s no surprise given the pedigree behind the wine. It is jointly owned by Jacques Seysses, founder of Domaine Dujac, and Aubert de Villaine, co-owner of Domaine de la Romanée Conti.
The 2010 Domaine de Triennes Rosé is outstanding! Tons of white peaches and minerals with plenty of length and very elegant and smooth finish.
It also received a 90 point score from John Dawson, a founder of the Sonoma Wine Journal, a publication primarily devoted to Sonoma wines, but they do sometimes review wines they find of special merit from outside the borders of Sonoma, like his note on the Domaine de Triennes Rosé. He said, “Buy it by the case and thank me later” and we agree!
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John Bernard Dawson, Sonoma Wine Journal 90+ Points-- Textbook ballet slipper pink. Alpine strawberry aromas are airy and light, backed by a hint of peach and watermelon. Fine acidity on the entry, where the ruby grapefruit and fraises de bois flavors are clean, elegant, and very dry. Light bodied. Exquisite balance. This is produced by a joint venture that includes Aubert de Villaine of the legendary Domaine Romanee Conti and the Seysses family of Domaine Dujac, and the proof is in the high quality of this wine, which is quite worthy of a purchase by the case. 13% alc. Drink now...90+
Jon Visser, Wine Buyer 4 Stars-- Plenty of peach on the nose. On the palate more of the nose with lots of white peach flavor, some subtle red fruits, and minerals with plenty of length and very elegant, smooth finish. There’s a ton of finesse in this wine yet loads of flavor as well. This is one of those Rosés that you have a glass and then another and before you know it the bottle is empty.
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