My Rosé Valentine

A few of my favorite rosés, and a bit about why I love them so…

Mulderbosch Rosé of Cabernet Sauvignon 2011 – Coastal Region (Western Cape), South Africa  

A sip of this beautiful, watermelon pink dry rosé is as refreshing as falling – fully clothed, including shoes – into a clear mountain lake.

Domaine Tempier Bandol Rosé 2010 

Like a big, muscular, hunky red Bandol…just standing there with its shirt off, looking straight at you and grinning.

Soter Brut Rosé 2006 – Yamhill-Carlton, (Northern Willamette Valley) Oregon

A taste of this amazing wine feels like a thousand tiny, naked angels  caressing your tongue with feathers dipped in cherry blossom  love.

Happy Valentine’s Day from the Bubbly Professor! 

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Wine Writer and Educator...a 20-year journey from Bristol Hotels to Le Cordon Bleu Schools and the Society of Wine Educators

2 Responses to My Rosé Valentine

  1. elizabeth bray says:

    You are so wonderful to always remember Mulderbosch. Love this 2011 Andy Erickson (Screaming Eagle) made vintage. Happy Valentines Day!!

  2. BubblyProf - aka Miss Jane! says:

    How could I forget? It’s been my favorite rose’ ever since I tasted the first version ever made…with the winemaker in his studio in Stellenbosch! Experience of a lifetime!

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