Another Provence-sourced rose, in quite a distinctive bottle.
There’s not a lot to write home about with this bottling, which muddies its floral aromas with notes of canned vegetables and chlorine. The palate is thin, almost watery at times, offering very mild strawberry notes alongside some notes of perfumed orange blossoms. Again though, the finish is weak and short, though ultimately quite harmless.
Aka Vie Vite.
B- / $17 / vievite.com
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